ETP-ALICE newsletter - III/2020
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  • Introduction – François-Régis le Tourneau, ALICE Chair and Corporate Supply Chain Standards and Prospective Director at L’ORÉAL
  • Francois Regis will give a short introduction on the subject and ALICE positioning and proposal to achieve Climate objectives in an affordable way.

  • How to select the energy source with lowest emissions feasible? A corridor approach – Andrea Condotta. Public affairs & Innovation Manager. GRUBER Logistics
  • Andrea will propose a framework and approach on alternative fuels. Different fuels (and intermodality) could be best suited in different corridors. Andrea will bring this idea to the table in the European context.

  • Green business, a condition for business success – Graham Major-Ex. Head of Green Revenue. SENNDER.
  • Graham will share how green, greening and decarbonization is already a good and growing business and what is possible today with a focus on HVO. He will also explain the limitations (availability) and the need to work on alternatives.

  • Experiences, learnings and determination: a carrier perspective – Matteo Codognotto. Business Development. CODOGNOTTO
  • Matteo will share the company vision on transport (including the intermodal dimension) and fuels and the determination of the company with a zoom on practical experiences on bio-LNG and prospects for the future.

  • Retailers in the leadership to transition to low and zero emissions transport – Pieter Leonard. Project Manager. COLRUYT group
  • Pieter will bring his (company) vision on transport and fuels and will zoom on the practical test of Colruyt hydrogen vehicle. Pieter will also share his company look to the future.

  • News, conclusion and ALICE Sustainable Logistics Supply Chain next activities. Sophie Punte, ALICE Sustainable Logistics Supply Chains Chair and Executive Director, Smart Freight Centre
  • Why this webinar
    Low emission fuel and energy solutions have a key role in delivering a decarbonized freight transport and logistics sector and the EU Green Deal ambition. OEMs, suppliers and buyers of road freight transport services play a central role in the uptake of energy solutions but also face barriers. After our first webinar in June 2020 (link), we will go deeper on ALICE members vision, approach and learnings on different fuels and alternatives with a focus on the regional and long haul freight transport. Speakers will share their views and development pathways in the short, medium and long term answering to the questions:
    • What can we do now and what is in the pipeline for the short term?
    • Which approaches to follow for a fuel selection?
    • Which are the current barriers and limitations?
    The webinar is planned for 90 min. After that time we will arrange a panel discussion with the speakers and we will organize and interactive session to get participants views as input for our next steps. for Zero Emissions Logistics 2050, the activities within the ALICE Sustainable Logistics Supply Chains Thematic Group in partnership with Smart Freight Center.
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