European Algae Industry Summit


Reykjavik, Iceland

Following the success of its 9 previous editions and to mark our 10th year anniversary, We are pleased to announce the next European Algae Industry Summit will take place on the 29th & 30th April 2020, in Reykjavik, Iceland.

We are excited to say we have secured an exclusive site visit at the Algalif production plant, which will take place on Tuesday 28th April, on the afternoon prior to the conference. See the dedicated tab below for further information and the schedule of the afternoon.

The event will once again bring together key players within the algae industry including leaders from cosmetics, food, feed, nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals across the globe allowing attendees to gain a deeper understanding of recent industry developments and, most importantly, economically viable applications.

Save the date & stay tuned for further information on the conference coming soon!

Key Topics

  • 10 Years Later: Throwback to the Development & Growth of the European Industry
  • Determining the Most Appropriate Production Solution & its Financing
  • Improving the Sustainability of Algae Production
  • Navigating the Latest Technology for Algae Production
  • Algae as a Biomaterial
  • Food & Nutraceuticals: Practical Approaches to Using Algae
  • The Benefits of Microalgae for Cosmetics
  • Considering Regulations whilst Developing Products
  • Getting Algae Products to the Next Level

Who will Attend

  • Algae producers & cultivation plant owners and operators
  • Algae end market users in nutrition, cosmetics, pigments, animal feed, bioplastics, agriculture and many more
  • Leading algae/biomass research institutes, technology providers for cultivation, harvesting, dewatering, drying, oil extraction and processing
  • Plant engineers and constructors, green energy & biotech investors
  • Green energy/Biotechnology investors: venture capitalists, private equity firms etc. looking to invest in new & emerging markets
  • Regulators & governments: organisations looking into the regulation of algae based products
  • NGOs
  • Academic

Exclusive Site Visit

During the Tuesday 28th April afternoon, prior to the conference, a limited number of attendees will receive the unique opportunity to visit the Algalif plant.

Algalif Iceland is a commercial producer of natural products derived from microalgae. The company was founded in 2012, but began formal operations in Iceland in October 2013. The company is dedicated to solving the nutritional needs of current and future generations and currently produces high-quality astaxanthin, through cultivation of the microalgae Haematococcus pluvialis. Astalif astaxanthin was the first step in creating microalgae-derived products using an in-house designed tubular photobioreactor (PBR) cultivation system, powered by a proprietary LED lighting system. By using this production method, Algalif has set new industry benchmarks for astaxanthin production and surpassed industry-accepted maxima of astaxanthin content in algae biomass, as well as the overall process productivity. Algalif has strong ties to the pristine Icelandic nature and Algalif's products benefit from the unique environment in which they are produced. Iceland is one of the most sustainable countries in the world and the Icelandic water is extremely pure, low in minerals and unchlorinated. This is particularly important when using algae for high-value target production, due to the high biosorption capacity of algae. The country generates 100% of its electricity from clean energy, using only 35% of its estimated potential. Algalif's harvesting process is very eco-friendly; our production methods allow for close to 0% water evaporation and eliminates the need to cool, heat, or move water during our production process, allowing us to conserve water.

There is no extra charge to attend the site visit, but spaces are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis. Please register your attendance for the site visit when booking for the conference.

Previous Speakers

  • Silvia Fluch, Managing Partner - Chief Operations Officer, Ecoduna
  • Tommaso Portaluri, Innovation Manager, IN Srl
  • Jason Leoussis, Advisor, Innovation Finance Advisory Division, European Investment Bank
  • Nuno Coelho, CEO, A4F - Algae for Future
  • Luis Vieira da Silva, General Manager, Luso Amoreiras
  • Francis Kurz, CEO, Algae Natural Food
  • Alexandra Mosch, Vice President EABA & Head of Algae Division, Abar United
  • Eduardo Morgado, Secretary of IPQ/CT211 Portuguese Mirror Committee of CEN/TC454, CEN/TC 454 "Algae & algae products"
  • Fritz Wintersteller,Director Business Development, SCHOTT
  • Eugene Roebroeck, CEO, Lgem
  • Prof. Charles Eason, Chief Executive, Cawthron Institute
  • Jean-Francois Sassi, Group Manager - Algae Processes & Technologies, CEA
  • Jean-Paul Cadoret, Managing Director, Greensea & President, EABA
  • Alvyn Severien, CEO & Founder, Algama
  • Bernd Maximilian Fischer, Business Manager Nutrition, Biesterfeld Spezialchemie
  • Olivier Lepine, Managing Director, AlgoSource/Alpha Biotech
  • Pi Nyvall Collen, Scientific Director, Olmix
  • Alexis Rannou, Operations Director Active Beauty, Givaudan
  • Sofia Hoffmann de Mendonca, Business Development Manager, Allmicroalgae
  • Joana Gabriela Laranjeira da Silva, R&D Manager, Allmicroalgae
  • Vincent Usache, General Manager, Microphyt

Please fill in your name and email to receive the Summit Agenda of this event.

Venue

Grand Hotel Reykjavik
Sigtun 38,
105 Reykjavik, Iceland
Phone: +354 514 8000
Website: www.islandshotel.is
Event details
Organizer : ACI
Event type : Conference
Reference : ASDE-21858

Other interesting Biogas / Biomass events