Following the success of 2019 conference which attracted 60+participants from 20 countries and organised 3 exclusive technical tours across latest Copenhagen based biotech facilities, this year event is set to bring even more participants, unique content, workshops and networking. Join us for newly researched agenda, latest market news, excellent keynote speakers & technical insights! More information on technical tours and workshops and other activities to follow soon.
Early key topics:
- Latest data of European biomass market
- Biomass power & thermal energy
- Success stories from the Nordics
- New built CHP plants in Europe
- Pellet market development worldwide
- Latest innovation & technologies
- New solutions for Combined Heat & Power (CHP) generation
- Corresponding to the market trends and optimizing technology
- Best practise examples for specific applications
- Supply chain and provision of raw materials
- Role of biomass and influence to management of climate preservation
Who should attend
Experts from Power Companies, Commodity Traders & Distribution Companies, Producers of Biomass, Renewable Energy Consultancies, EPC Contractors and OEMs, Regulatory & Research experts, Government organizations and others. Research centres and institutes, consultants and market analytics
Why you should join the Biomass PowerON 2020
Take an In-depth look into biomass to power supply, production and applications on this 2 day event filled with presentations from industry end-users and running projects case studies. Hear experts focus on new regulatory framework, fast paced market situation and more. Network and exchange ideas with colleagues from the energy industry.
We are pleased to announce E.ON Hogbytorp new build facility tour on 3 March 2020
Hogbytorp will be integrating material and energy recovery in a unique, efficient and sustainable way, generating electricity, heat, biogas and bio-fertiliser from waste products.
The recycling plant, which consists of a biogas plant and a combined heat and power plant (CHP), has a strategic location in Hogbytorp, northwest of Stockholm. We're focusing on both costumer's requirements and societal needs when we provide the basis for the next generation's sustainable system solutions.
At the recycling plant at Hogbytorp, the annual production of energy is 650 GWh, of which:
- heating: 425 GWh
- generation of electricity: 165 GWh
- biogas: 60 GWh
This corresponds to:
- the annual consumption of heat in 21,200 average houses
- the annual consumption of electricity in 66,000 normal-sized apartments
- fuel to 100 million kilometers by gas car.
- Vaidotas Jonutis, Baltpool
- Wouter Kok, HoSt
- Gustav Melin, Svebio
- Antonio Abizzo, E.ON
- Pierre-Emmanuel Noel, European Investment Bank
- Hans Bengtsson, Castolin Scandinavia AB
- Samuel Smith, PRIMA
- Esa Tepponen, Lahti Energia
- Bharadwaj Kummamuru, World Bioenergy Association
- Lauma Kazusa, SUEZ
- Johan Mertens, Engie
- Luigi Tomasi, Giammarco-Vetrocoke
- Vanesa Vujanic, Energy & Environment Law
- Simone Passera, Turboden
- Carlos Retortillo, Ence Energía y Celulosa
- Sven Andersson, Babcock & Wilcox Volund AB
- Carl W. Seitz, KOHLBACH Group
- Giorgio Dodero, IPG (former ENEL)
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