Cologne: 23.–26.02.2027 #AnugaFoodTec2027

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Schaffung von Bedingungen, die es der Direktelektrifizierung ermöglichen, in der Lebensmittel- und Getränkeindustrie zu gedeihen | Event on the Anuga FoodTec 2024

Creating enabling conditions for direct electrification to thrive in the food and drinks industry

from European Climate Foundation
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Env.&Energy, Food Processing, Science&Pion.
European Climate Foundation
Riviervismarkt 5
Speakers Corner, Hall 10.1, F070/G081

The event

This event will be an excellent opportunity to discuss the role direct electrification can play in supporting a sustainable low carbon transition in the food and drinks industry and the enabling conditions to make it happen.   

On this occasion an expert panel of keynote and panel speakers from government, industry and civil society will address key issues in achieving greater energy efficiency and lower carbon footprint across this vital sector.

Background: Establishing robust regulatory frameworks is crucial to incentivize and support the widespread deployment of industrial-scale heat pumps and direct electrification innovation across the food and drinks industry, thereby effectively reducing the sector's carbon intensity.

Governments and regulatory bodies can introduce targeted policies that provide financial incentives, for businesses adopting these sustainable technologies. This can be underpinned by robust deployment targets and performance standards, encouraging industry players to confidently invest in cleaner alternatives.  

Additionally, streamlined permitting processes and supportive policies can facilitate the implementation of these innovations. Collaborative efforts between government entities, industry stakeholders, and environmental organizations can further enhance the regulatory landscape, ensuring that the transition to industrial-scale heat pumps and direct electrification aligns with broader sustainability goals. 



Dr. Tatjana Ruhl, DENEFF 


Panel Discussion

Michael Schnoor dos Passos, BNetzA  

Dr. Tatjana Ruhl, DENEFF 

Panelist tba, Energy4Climate  

Jozefien Vanbecelaere, European Heat Pump Association 

Marek Fritz, BFE 


Natalia Messer

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