New Energy Farms Addresses Energy Crops from Utilities’ Perspective at Biomass Trade & Power Americas

January 17, 2011

In the past month, both the US and UK Governments announced new schemes designed to help boost the renewable energy markets in their respective countries. For the US, the final revised rules for the Biomass Crop Assistance Program (BCAP) have been rolled out, while the UK released details for the highly-anticipated Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). Both governments hope to reduce Green House Gas (GHG) emissions through replacement of fossil fuels and ensure more fuel security by encouraging production and use of dedicated energy crops.

Mr. Dean Tiessen, President of leading producer and supplier of biomass energy crops company New Energy Farms will join a panel of senior industry executives at the Biomass Trade & Power Americas in Atlanta on 23-25 February 2011, to address the development of energy crops – from crop to energy products, for domestic use & exports. Specifically, Mr. Tiessen will provide much-sought utilities’ perspective on this emerging biomass for energy applications.

For more information on the conference or for registration, click here or contact Ms. Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg.

US Sees Surge in New Biomass Projects – more details at Biomass Trade & Power Americas

December 15, 2010

Several states across America have seen a boom in new biomass-related projects:

“Nova Scotia Power and NewPage Port Hawkesbury are proceeding with the 60-megawatt biomass co-generation facility recently approved by the Nova Scotia Utility” (PR NewsWire)

“The province and St. Mary’s Paper have reached a ten year, 30 megawatt Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) that will enable the company to build a $175 million biomass fuelled co-generation plant, creating 555 jobs announced David Orazietti, MPP.” (Soonews.ca)

“Two biomass power conversion projects in Wisconsin are progressing, one already operating and the other just beginning its transformation.” (Biomass Magazine)

Government initiatives such as the revised BCAP are encouraging growth in plants converting to biomass. However, to benefit from investment opportunities in renewable energy, one has to consider 2 key concerns – funding options and logistical issues.

These issues will set the tone for the first Biomass Trade & Power Americas Summit in Atlanta on 23-25 February 2011. The summit also analyses how the global landscape of biomass trade is set to evolve as the US takes on a more prominent role in biomass generation.

For more information on the program, click here.

Just Released! Exclusive White Paper on “Wood Pellets Markets & International Trade”

December 7, 2010

In conjunction with the 2nd Biomass Trade & Power Summit to be held in Rotterdam on 16-18 March 2011 CMT unveils an exclusive offer!

2nd Biomass Trade & Power

The “Wood Pellets Markets and International Trade” white paper is the latest collaborative effort between CMT and Ronald Zwart, Director, CKade BV. This 17-page paper provides a comprehensive review on

  • Industrial wood pellet market dynamics & expected economic performance
  • Economic applications of biomass, including energy production
  • Roadmap for a sustainable bioenergy industry
  • Current financing mechanisms
  • Analysis on future of CO2 emission trading
  • Price benchmarks & trading tools
  • Developments in international biomass trade
  • Future wood pellet markets with supply/demand data & projections

Designed specifically for biomass producers, exporters, industrial utilities, procurement managers for industrial pellets, buyers, traders, shipping/logistics services providers and financial institutions, it serves as a valuable tool.

Besides, this must-read paper will be a vital reference guide for presentations featured at the 2nd Biomass Trade & Power Summit.

“Wood Pellets Markets and International Trade” white paper is now available to you as a complimentary download!

Simply fill in the form below to download your complimentary copy now!

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Registration & Enquiries – Please send any questions to Hafizah at hafizah@cmtsp.com.sg

Just Released! Video Presentation by RWE Essent’s Peter-Paul Schouwenberg

November 17, 2010

Biomass Trade & Power Americas 2011To supplement the Biomass Trade & Power Americas Summit in Atlanta on 23-25 February 2011, CMT invites you to download for free, an on-demand soft copy of a video presentation entitled

“Sourcing of Sustainable Solid Biomass for large-scale co-firing in NW Europe”

delivered by Peter-Paul Schouwenberg , a Senior Officer, Regulatory Affairs with RWE Essent.

This exclusive video and slide presentation offer critical insights on:

  • What steps European biomass industry should take to reach its renewable energy targets
  • Role of government towards reaching these goals
  • Why you should invest in new technologies
  • Standing of wood pellets in comparison to other upcoming feedstocks for biomass fuels
  • Solving logistical issues in global biomass trade, especially export to Europe
  • Certification system

and more… Simply fill in the form below to download your complimentary copy now.

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US Department of Agriculture Publishes Final Rule for Biomass Crop Assistance Program (BCAP)

November 7, 2010

The Biomass Crop Assistance Program (BCAP), which was first launched by the US Department of Agriculture as a pilot national biomass incentive program in 2008, has since been published with additional rules and reactivated this month. Under the finalized rules, the US government will resume funding for up to 75% of producers’ costs in the establishing of a wide variety of biofuels. Materials that qualify for the scheme range from wood chips and crop residues to switchgrass, woody plants, algae and animal and food waste.

Through the implementation of the revised program, the US hopes to promote production of fuel from renewable sources and meet renewable energy demands. With the government’s boosted support for biofuels, questions below remain:

  • Will this majorly change the role of the US as a key biomass supplier to Europe and the World?
  • Are existing and future market demands expected to be sufficient to absorb the increased influx of supply?

The Biomass Trade & Power Americas to be held in Atlanta on 25-26 February 2011 invites all top stakeholders to participate and critically analyze the impact on global trading. The program agenda for the conference is soon to be finalized and updated shortly. Those with enquiries on early registration or for more program details can email Reema Patnaik at reema@cmtsp.com.sg.

Biomass Trade & Power Summit a Pinnacle Meeting Point for Global Biomass Industry

November 3, 2010

The 1st Biomass Trade & Power Summit in Rotterdam on 11-12 March 2010 saw key biomass stakeholders from more than 30 different countries convening over two days of intensive sessions.

Building on that success, the event returns to Rotterdam for the 2nd Biomass Trade & Power Summit! And this time, we are extending the event over 3 days from the 16 to 18 March 2011 to incorporate a not-to-missed site visit. Exact details to be released soon.

For now, here’s a round- up of the attendees who joined us at the 1st Biomass Trade & Power Summit:

Biomass Trade & Power

If you are keen to register, or to explore sponsorship and media exchange opportunities, you are invited to contact Ms. Reema Patnaik at reema@cmtsp.com.sg.

Gain Access to Key Executives from All Across the Algae Industry in 3rd Algae World Asia, Singapore

October 6, 2010

Delegates hailing from allvalue chain in the algae industry have already confirmed their attendance for the 3rd Algae World Asia.

Here is a look at the participants due to arrive in Singapore on 19-20 October.

3rd Algae World Asia

Registration to the conference is still open for those keen to gain from the highly-anticipated idea exchanges on algae commercialization. Contact leelin@cmtsp.com.sg with your enquiries.

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