The Alliance for Synthetic Fuels in Europe presented ideas for a cleaner road transport system during the Driving towards Sustainable Mobility conference in Paris Wednesday.
What does ASFE stand for?
ASFE stands for Alliance for Synthetic Fuels in Europe
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We have 12 other meanings of ASFE in our Acronym Attic
- Austin Science Fun Day
- Australian Society of Forensic Dentistry
- Australian Standards Framework Descriptors
- Autres Systèmes Financiers Décentralisés
- Azienda di Stato delle Foreste Demaniali
- Arlington Sports Facilities Development Authority (Arlington, TX)
- Australasian Society of Forensic Document Examiners
- Accelerometer Scale Factor Error
- Advanced Security for Field Engineers (exam; Cisco)
- Advanced Strike Force Elite (gaming clan)
- American Society of Foundation Engineers
- Annual Support Fee
- Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy (US Department of Energy)
- Association of Soil and Foundation Engineers
- Association Française des Eco-Conseillers (French Association of the Eco-Advisers)
- Arrhythmic Saccade & Foveation during Edge Detection Iterative Arrays (visual tuning conducted by Tintavision)
- Aerated Stationary or Submerged Fixed-Film
- Aerated Submerged Fixed Film
- Aesthetica Short Film Festival (UK)
- Afghanistan Security Forces Fund (US DoD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
No date or location has yet been fixed for the start-up, which follows the formation earlier this year of the Alliance for Synthetic Fuels in Europe (ASFE) by the major vehicles and petrol companies Renault, Royal Dutch Shell, Sasol Chevron, Volkswagen and DaimlerChrysler, with the enthusiastic backing of the European Commission.
The March issue, to be released this week, contains articles about companies that launched an alliance for synthetic fuels in Europe, plans to turn coal into liquids and chemicals in China, the addition of India to the FutureGen steering committee and Sasol's latest Fischer-Tropsch research reactor in South Africa.