Horváth is a new member of the Aviation Initiative for Renewable Energy in Germany

9. February 2023

Berlin and Stuttgart, February 7, 2023
The international management consultancy Horváth joined aireg – Aviation Initiative for Renewable Energy in Germany – on February 1, 2023. The initiative bundles commitment and know-how from industry, business and science in the German aviation – with the aim of advancing production and technologies related to the use of sustainable energy sources for the aviation industry.

 „We are convinced that all players along the value chain must work together if the energy transition and raw material shift is also to succeed in aviation, which accounts for a significant share of nationwide emissions and will continue to be dependent on liquid energy sources for the foreseeable future,” says Peter Hartl, Associate Partner and expert for sustainability and ’Green Transformation’ at Horváth. “Therefore, in line with our ecosystem strategy, we support the cross-industry initiative aireg, which sets itself ambitious goals and actively addresses challenges.”

As an international management consultancy, Horváth supports companies in the energy, refinery, transport and aviation sectors, among others, in decarbonization and holistic ’Green Transformation’, for example by using hydrogen and renewable carbon. Together with its hydrogen consultancy evety and the partner companies TÜV Süd and OGE, Horváth brings in both the business management perspective and the strategic and operational implementation experience, concepts and tools to the initiative. “With our in-depth expertise in the areas of sustainable business models, sustainability management and sustainability optimization of cross-industry value chains, we want to combine approaches and dovetail ecological with economic goals,” says Peter Hartl.

“We are delighted to welcome Horváth, an internationally connected consultancy with extensive know-how from numerous green transformation projects and many years of industry experience, as a new aireg member”, says Melanie Form, member of the aireg board and Managing Director. “Together we can achieve our goal of sustainably reducing greenhouse gas emissions from aviation and make a significant and lasting contribution to climate protection in the aviation sector.”

About aireg e.V:
aireg – Aviation Initiative for Renewable Energy in Germany e.V. was founded in 2011 as an association of companies and organisations from industry, research and science. As a non-profit initiative, aireg is committed to the availability and use of renewable energies in aviation in order to achieve the ambitious CO₂ reduction targets of the aviation industry. The members come from all areas of the value chain of renewable energies for aviation: This ranges from research at universities and large research institutions, plant manufacturers and operators, biorefineries, the petroleum industry, engine and aircraft manufacturers, governmental organisations, non-governmental organisations and airports to airlines. The industrial members internationally cover a broad international spectrum, from start-ups to large corporations.

About Horváth:
Horváth is an international, independent management consultancy with over 1,200 employees in locations in Europe, the USA, and other global markets. We carry out projects focused on performance management and transformation around the world. Horváth represents project results that create sustainable benefit and value. With their extensive competence, passion and effective implementation skills, our experts help companies to align their business models, organizational structures, processes and systems for the future throughout the entire organization or at a divisional or a functional level. Horváth is a member of the international Cordence Worldwide consulting network.

For further information:

Horváth AG
Juliana Tunsch
Rotebühlstrasse 100
70178 Stuttgart
Phone: +49 711 66919-3301

aireg e.V.
Melanie Form
Member of the Board
Managing Director
Phone: +49 (0)178 1843041
E-Mail: kontakt@aireg.de

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