European Biomass to Power 2018, 7th – 8th November, Stockholm, Sweden
Already on its 8th edition, this event will give latest updates on the European biomass market and its new developments, as well as focus on sustainability challenges. Over the two days, ACI’s conference will give you in-depth look into case studies giving practical examples of planning, finance and technology strategies utilised for biomass co-generation projects and benefit from excellent networking opportunities.
Two Exclusive Site Visits!In addition to the main two day event, during the afternoon of Tuesday 6th November a limited number of conference delegates will receive a unique opportunity to visit Stockholm Exergi’s & Vattenfall’s Uppsala CHP plants. There is no extra charge to join the site visits, but spaces are strictly limited and allocated to conference delegates on a first-come, first-served basis.
Who Will Attend?Power Companies – Biomass Producers – Biomass Traders & Distribution Companies –Trade Associations- Renewable Energy Consultancies – EPC Contractors and OEMs – Regional & National Governments – Regulatory & Research Bodies.
- European and Global Analysis of Biomass Market Developments and Future Forecast
- Global Bioenergy Perspectives from the IEA’s Renewable Energy Market Report 2018
- Policies Driving the Adoption of Bioenergy
- Different Types of Biomass Fuel & Alternative Biomass Fuels
- Reliable Energy from Sustainable Fuels
- Latest CHP Projects and Future Projects in The EMEA Market: Case Study Samples
- Prospects for Small Scale CHP from Biomass
- Optimization of KOGEBAN Biomass Cogeneration Plant
- European and Global Standards & Emissions Control in Practice
- Country Case Studies of Biomass CHP Projects in the Industry
- Biomass Power Projects in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific: a New Market for European Manufacturers
- Latest Biomass Conversion Developments Stimulating and Transforming the Biomass Industry
- Innovative and Cost Effective Coal to Biomass Pulveriser/Milling Plant Conversions
- Financing CHP Plants, the Need to Organise Financial Supports for the Projects Focussing on Potential Cost Reduction
- Improving Plants Operational Efficiency
- Extended Equipment Lifespan and Improved Operational Efficiency
Bioenergy International readers are entitled to a 15% discount on registration. For further information or to register contact Dimitri Pavlyk on + 44 (0)203 141 firstname.lastname@example.org EBPE8D15.