The 2021 annual report of the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) Technology Collaboration Programme (TCP) on Advanced Motor Fuels (AMF) has been published. The report provides insights on the work carried out by AMF in individual projects (Tasks), as well as the status of advanced motor fuels in the 13 AMF member countries. Moreover, the AMF Chairman provides an outlook on advanced motor fuels worldwide. In AMF, the Agency for Renewable Resources (FNR) represents the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL). Hence, FNR with the support from colleagues of DBFZ compiled the country report for Germany, providing a national overview of the scientific and political developments in advanced motor fuels.
The latest version of the annual report is available on https://iea-amf.org/content/publications/annual_reports. An overview of AMF can be found in the complementary leaflet: https://iea-amf.org/app/webroot/files/file/AMF%20Documents/public/2021-AMF-Annual-Report-Leaflet.pdf
FNR is contracting partner in IEA AMF and represents Germany on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL).