February 25, 2022
The urgency of decarbonizing energy systems has grown since the entry into force of the Paris Climate Agreement in 2016. In 2020, 126 countries have set goals for decarbonizing the economy. On July 14, 2021, the EU announced a plan to reduce emissions by 55% by 2030, followed by a transition to a zero balance of greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 – the "Green Deal" - the European economy decarbonisation program. Environmental restoration programs and the promotion of "green" strategies in the economy are not just a trend, but also a factor of economic competitiveness. The transition to carbon neutrality through alternative energy, the production of "green" hydrogen is one of the objectives of many national strategies. These strategies include also the goals for transport and logistics decarbonisation, for example, reduce CO2 emissions from cars by 55% and trucks by 50% by 2030 (the “Green Deal”).
Analysis of the urban logistics is crucial for large cities, but especially for Almaty since it is a rapidly developing metropolis, which is already subject to discussing the transport collapse. The development of electric mobility is of particular relevance for Almaty, where environmental issues are of some concern, namely the high level of air pollution due to an excess of vehicles. At the same time, the formation of electric vehicle transport infrastructure in general is an important part for not only the ecology of the city, but also for urban logistics and the transport system as a whole. However, it is still necessary to create the necessary conditions (including social aspects) and basic infrastructure.
This session aims to present the overview of the importance of the “green” hydrogen in the economies of the developed countries. Secondly, the forecasting growth of the “green” hydrogen production is required resource effective production logistics and standards for building hydrogen fuel stations in large cities as Almaty and Nur-Sultan. Moreover, it is necessary to develop the map of stations regarding the urban and suburban public transportation routes.
FRIDAY, February 25
14:00 - 15:30 (GMT+6, Almaty, Kazakhstan)
Zoom link: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/82703690934?pwd=SUQzKytScktERkozY0YwNCs2S0tOdz09
Meeting ID: 827 0369 0934
Prof. Burghard Scheel,
The Harz university of applied sciences, the DKU`s representative for logistics, Kazakhstan
Business Development Department, SVEVIND Group, Germany
Kazakh-German University, Kazakhstan
Institute of Logistics and Material Handling Systems (ILM), Germany
Kazakhstan Industry Development Institute LLP, Kazakhstan
Zhasyl Damu JSC, Kazakhstan
Linde Gas Kazakhstan
Dr. René Pforte is a lecturer, researcher, and post-graduate student at the Brandenburg Technical University, Cottbus, and the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany, worked for BOREAS Energie GmbH. Now representing SVEVIND group as a head of Business Development Department. The German-Swedish SVEVIND Group of companies has experience in large-scale development and implementation of renewable energy sources. Since the early 1990s, SVEVIND has gained a reputation as a leading developer in the field of renewable energy sources. Being a completely private company and having solid experience in financing renewable energy projects, SVEVIND has planned and implemented the largest onshore wind generating complex project in Europe - the Markbygden 1101 cluster of wind farms in Sweden. With many years of experience and market knowledge in the field of renewable energy, the company competes confidently in the market and is represented in the markets of Sweden, Finland and Germany.
Zhandos Kadyrhanovich - Dean/Associate Professor of the Faculty of Engineering & Information Technology at the Kazakh-German University, candidate of Engineering Sciences/Associate Professor of the Higher Attestation Commission. Research area of interest: transport, Logistics. Total number of publications during the whole period of activity, including international publications — more than 30. At the Kazakh-German University, he teaches such disciplines as: the basics of cargo and commercial work, Logistics of goods distribution, Logistics management and controlling.
Marcel Müller is from Germany and since 2018 he is working as a research fellow at the Logistic Systems department at the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg. He earned his master degree in Industrial Engineering for Logistics at the Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg. His research interests include modeling and simulation of logistics systems and handling of logistic deadlocks with machine learning methods.