Biomass Trade & Power Series Announces Americas Dates and Venue

October 4, 2010

After a successful first Biomass Trade & Power conference in Rotterdam earlier in March which attracted over 150 attendees from 26 countries, CMT and ardent supporter, IEA Bioenergy Task 40 are proud to announce Biomass Trade & Power Americas to be held in Atlanta on 23-25 February 2011.

2011 Biomass Trade & Power Americas will feature experiences from experts plus discussions on the latest regulatory, strategic, economics including technological factors shaping the US’ biomass industry and utilisation.

Some of the key Program Highlights include;

  • DOE’s direction on biomass utilization in energy/utilities sectors
  • US & European utilities’ expectations for biomass-based initiatives
  • Changes in renewable energy policy & impact on trade
  • Opportunities in Southeast’s biomass to energy
  • Identifying gaps between technological & capital investments
  • Getting in the specifics of wood pellets & wood chips for export & co-firing
  • Making economics from logistics & handling of biomass

But for now, check out the details below on the participant mix and feedback from the last Biomass Trade & Power, Rotterdam in March 2010

DELEGATE PROFILE:

Biomass Trade & Power Americas

THEIR TESTIMONIES:

“Truly impressed! I have no pre-conceptions but the honesty of the speakers and mix of participants provided a medium for understanding across the biomass complex.” Dong Energy

“A valuable contribution to realising the biomass market through clear communication of the practical realities:” E.ON Climate & Renewables

“Good topics, useful networking, business chances.” Eco-Frontier

“Very well organised, high quality topics and topics.” Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development

“A good opportunity to meet important players of biomass. Growing market!” Kema Consulting

“Biomass a powerful opportunity” CCI Italy

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