Ever since a large majority in the European Parliament passed concrete CO2 targets for commercial vehicles, the industry has been in a state of unrest – both among vehicle manufacturers and transport companies. Associations from the logistics sector are therefore informing their member companies which alternatives are available for the future. Against this background, the TRANSFRIGOROUTE DEUTSCHLAND, a specialist organisation under the umbrella of the BGL (Bundesverband Güterkraftverkehr Logistik und Entsorgung), invited KEYOU to give a lecture. TRANSFRIGOROUTE DEUTSCHLAND is the mouthpiece for all those working in temperature-controlled transport logistics – logistics companies, the refrigerated vehicle industry and related sectors.
During the annual general meeting, which took place in Schweinfurt on March 27-28, Thomas Korn, managing director of KEYOU, showed on the second day of the event that the hydrogen combustion engine with KEYOU-inside technology can be an attractive alternative in the future drive mix and that CO2 specifications are also no problem for commercial vehicles, especially since the combustion of hydrogen does not produce CO2. The previous speaker from KEYOU was MinR. Frank Bonaldo from the Federal Ministry of Economics and Energy, who gave a special lecture on the climate demands of 2030.