The XII edition of the World Bio Markets Amsterdam will be opening on 27 March next. Across three days, until 29 March, all stakeholders, from biofuels, biomass and bio-chemical producers, policymakers, banks and distributors to supply change and materials managers, start-ups, biotech, transport and logistics companies, investors and more, will have the opportunity to meet and discuss the latest advances in this industry field.
The conference’s agenda includes topics such as biofuels, bio-chemicals, bio-power applications, emerging business, food and bio-based research, transport and environment and the bio-economy of tomorrow, among many others.
The 24th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, EUBCE 2016, is a must-attend event for all those engaged in the renewable energy industry field. The meeting will take place in Amsterdam (Netherlands) from 6 to 9 June next.
The conference programme will address hot topics from biomass resources and conversion technologies to policies, markets and sustainability, among others which will introduce discussions on issues such as small-scale applications, environmental effects, municipal and industrial waste, sustainable energy use, thermochemical conversion of biomass, advances in cropping systems, hydrothermal liquefaction, soil impacts of non-forest biomass and Novel biogas feedstock and hydrogen production, among many others.
The 24th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition is the world’s largest event focused on biomass.
The Regional Forum On Climate Change will be held in Bangkok (Thailand) from next 1st July to 3rd July. Organized by the Asian Institute of Technology in collaboration with the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Development, ASEAN Secretary General, and the European Union, this renewable energy meeting will be placed under the motto “Low Carbon and Climate Resilient Societies: Bridging Science, Practice and Policy”.
The conferences program, focused on the need of changing our current global development model towards a more sustainable one, will highlight some of the most burning issues concerning this topic.
Biomass Power and Pellets will take place in Sao Paulo (Brazil) from next 7 November to 8 November. During these two days the meeting will focus on core topics related to the field of biomass power and the waste to energy sectors.
This is the major event related to this industry field being held in the region. Attendees will be given the opportunity to learn first-hand about issues such as Legislating the Future of Biomass Heat and Power in Brazil, the Major Risks in a Biomass Cogeneration Project, Bioenergy and Sustainable Credentials, Pellets Suppliers, Waste and Biomass Cogeneration for Large Scale Energy Consumers, Bioelectricity and Municipal and Industrial Waste as an Energy Feedstock, among others.
Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) will host the next World Bio Markets Asia which will take place on 17-18 June.
The meeting will debated issues related to bio-based fuels and chemicals markets in Asia, such as leveraging the agro and petrochemical industries to advance the bioeconomy, technology, commercial progress and product quality, alternative sources of finance, start up technologies, bio-based opportunities: solid and liquid fuels, chemicals and materials, aviation biofuels, fossil versus bio resources in Asia and logistics and infrastructures, among many others.