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EUBCE2017 in Stokholm, Sweden
Stockholm is the first ever winner of the European Green Capital Award and has adopted a unique approach to sustainability where every aspect of environmental, economic and social impact is part of the equation. Or in other words: just about everything that happens in Stockholm does so with sustainability in mind.
The Call for Papers is Open! Submit your Abstract by 31st October
There are great reasons to get involved in EUBCE 2017:
Contributions are welcome on all aspects of biomass.
The Conference will be structured along the following main topics:
New subtopic: 1.6 Integrated biomass production for energy purposes
2.Biomass conversion technologies for heating, cooling and electricity
3.Biomass conversion technologies for fuels, chemicals and materials
4.Bioenergy integration in energy systems
What’s NEW this year?
Inclusion of the EUBCE proceedings in Scopus
The European Biomass Conference and Exhibition Proceedings will be indexed in Scopus. The citation of the proceedings will therefore increase the visibility of all papers
Moderated poster presentations
A speaking slot to present your poster!
Poster authors will be expected to present their posters to the chairperson and to the conference delegates and to be prepared to answer questions and to discuss their project. Each moderated poster session will be guided by chairpersons leading delegates through the poster area and stopping at each poster of their corresponding topic. Posters will be displayed during 4 days of the Conference.
As every year, EUBIA is sponsoring EUBCE and will greet you at its stand with more information on the Biomass sector.
Biomass Generation Forum 22-23 September 2016
Operational, Risk and HSE Considerations for Biomass Generation and Co-Firing
The Biomass Generation Forum is intended to bring operators together to assess a range of operational, strategic and technical themes for existing biomass and co-firing plants. Our operationally focused agenda will feature presentations from a range of biomass plant operators, plus technical subject matter experts, who will equip you with lessons learned and knowledge that you can implement in your organisation.
Taking place in Birmingham on 22-23 September, 2016, this Forum has been designed with interactivity in mind. Presentations - focusing on operations, risk and HSE - will be followed by extended Q&A sessions, while time has also been built into the agenda for discussion groups and round tables with the experts. There is no better opportunity to join an informal and interactive environment, designed to maximise learning, discussion and networking.
Confirmed case studies and expert insight include:
Discover the lessons learned and knowledge that you need to implement successful, safe and risk-free biomass generation processes from Europe's only operationally focused biomass generation event.
Find out more at http://uk.tacook.com/biomass
Re-Industrialisation of the EU2016
Hundreds of representatives from the European and international research, innovation communities, and the business sector will meet to discuss innovation, research and excellent science for sustainable development during a prestigious event in the field of nanotechnologies, advanced materials, manufacturing and production technologies, and biotechnology from the 26th to the 28th October 2016 in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Welcoming around 1,000 participants, REinEU2016 is financed through the Horizon2020 programme and will include matchmaking events, poster sessions, site visits around Bratislava, workshops and competitions. The event is an excellent opportunity to:
The programme of the conference is available here.
For more details about the event, visit the official page here.
EUBIA welcomes PNO!
EUBIA is glad to welcome on board PNO Consultants, an important long-term stakeholder within the European bioeconomy panorama.
PNO is an independent grants and innovation consultancy, providing full services throughout Europe to a wide range of clients: from SMEs to multinational companies, non-profit organisations, technological platforms, multi-stakeholder partnerships, universities and governments. It combines an understanding of the dynamics of commercial activities and ambitions in the area of innovation and investments with insights into key societal issues that are supported by government funding.
PNO is partner in multiple EU-funded projects (including FP7 and Horizon 2020) and has performed many more commercial assignments in this field. Particularly relevant are the recently completed FP7 projects BIO-TIC and BIO-MIMETIC and the freshly started Horizon 2020 projects BioLinX and ROBOX.
To know more visit http://www.pnoconsultants.com/pno
1st Sino-EU 2016 Bio-Natural Gas Summit, Beijing, China
EUBIA partners with China University of Petroleum and GIZ GmbH for the organisation of the 1st SINO-EU 2016 Bio-Natural Gas Summit in Beijing, China between 3-5 November 2016.
2016 is the beginning year of China's 13th Five-Year Plan, and an important year to recognize, adapt and guide the "new normal" of energy development and to improve and upgrade the energy structure. China plans to vigorously develop Bio-natural Gas and establish 50 Bio-Natural Gas Demonstration Counties during the 13th FYP, within new incentive policies, market conditions and advanced technical and environmental standard.
2016 Sino – EU Bio-Natural Gas Summit gathers leading experts, researchers, public authorities, representatives from international organizations, industries, financial institutes, donors and NGOs.
This summit aims to be a platform for networking the Chinese and European BNG industry to enhance the communication and cooperation.