Transport is one of the segments where greenhouse gas emissions have not been reduced in recent years. While in the energy sector in Slovakia they have decreased by up to 60% since 1990, in transport it was a decrease of only one percent during the mentioned period. The Fit for 55 proposal shows that the preferred way to reduce emissions is, in particular, electromobility, whether hydrogen and new internal combustion engines should end by 2035 at the latest. Is this way of decarbonising the sector that denies the principle of technological neutrality the most effective? Will it not jeopardize the future of the car industry in Europe? What room for development will be gas mobility, which can effectively reduce emissions in freight or public transport?
These questions were answered by speakers Z. Čech (European Comission in SR), Adrián Krajňák (Ministry of Economyof SR), P. Mozolák (SPP CNG), P. Kubala (BOSTA), R. Jonáš (ZVVB, Asociation for producing and consuming of biofuels).