European Biomass Conference and Exhibition 2015

European Biomass Conference and Exhibition 2015



European Biomass Conference and Exhibition 2015

Who will be there?
What will the conference cover?
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EUBCE 2015 Conference Dinner

Who will be there?

Vienna will welcome the world’s biomass leading experts and decision makers from + 800 global organisations from more than 65 countries to discuss today’s challenges and show the way ahead for the biomass sector at the 23rd European Biomass Conference and Exhibition.

Over this four-day event, we will bring together more than 1500 international decision-makers from research, industry, institutions and politics who will present the current innovations in the biomass field.

Keynote speakers include:

Vladimír Šucha 
Director General,
European Commission, DG JRC
  Elisabeth Köstinger 
European Parliament
Marko Janhunen 
Vice President, Stakeholder Relations, UPM Biorefining 
  Franck Dumeignil 
Lille University, Unit of Catalysis and Solid State Chemistry, 
Benoît Gabrielle 
INRA – AgroParisTech, EcoSys, 
  Andreas Hornung 
Fraunhofer-Institut UMSICHT, Institute Branch Sulzbach-Rosenberg, 
Lars Jürgensen 
Aalborg University Esbjerg, Energy Technology Dpt., 
  Iris Lewandowski 
University of Hohenheim, Biobased Products and Energy Crops Dpt., 
Anja Oasmaa 
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, 
  Luc Pelkmans 
VITO, Separation & Conversion Processes, 
Andreas Uihlein 
European Commission, DG JRC, 
The Netherlands
  Bert Van De Beld 
BTG Biomass Technology Group, 
The Netherlands
Bram Van Der Drift 
Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands, Bio Energy Dpt., 
The Netherlands

Global Delegates

1500 + global delegates ranging from industry, research, finance and politics to researchers, engineers, technologists and stakeholders from scientific organisations and renewable energy groups will participate in EUBCE 2015. Showcase your company.

Equipment producers, distributors, feedstock suppliers, energy plant manufacturers, service providers, research Institutes, project developers and associations will showcase their products and expertise at this dedicated BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS platform. See Exhibitors and Floor Plan.

Qualified visitors with decision making responsibilities.

Press and Media
More than 30 specialised media will be covering the conference.

What will the conference cover?

At this pivotal point for the global energy sector, the conference is designed to provide a platform for knowledge exchange on the latest scientific results, developments in policies and industrial progress of this global energy technology.

The conference will address the major challenges that the biomass community is facing today, including the sustainability of supplies, the role of biomass as a source in integrated energy systems, the development and application of new technologies as well as the progress towards a comprehensive global energy mix.

Knowledge exchange is essential to find answers to the questions of the current debate on biomass exploitation. The following topics and more will form the basis of the plenaries, orals and posters of the Conference Programme.
-What needs to be done in order to ensure that biomass can increase its position in the global energy mix?
-How can all branches of biomass, bioenergy, biomaterials and biochemicals contribute to an emerging low carbon economy?
-How can we best plan and design bioenergy processes in order to effectively fit into developing power grids that are increasingly fed with variable supplies from wind and solar?
-What are the plans of the major international energy companies and the new technology pioneers?
-How do we make best use and reuse of biomass resources in Europe and globally?
-How will we ensure the sustainable use of our resources?

Visit the Conference Programme day by day here

Side Events, Workshops and Projects Meetings
In addition to the Conference Programme, a series of side events and workshops addressing global stakeholders from industry, research, finance and politics will be organised in the EUBCE frame work.
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