Biomass PowerON 2021
Recent European regulations and new market trends resulting from the increase in demand for ecological energy sources cause the rise of interest in biomass.The matters of certification is also a reason for a discussion.
New worldwide opportunities appeared for biomass industry during global pandemic, showing that energy sector and industry will have to shift to green sooner rather than later.
Bharadwaj Kummamuru, Executive Director, WBA
Peter Kofod Kristensen, Senior Manager Bioenergy Sustainability, Ørsted
Lauma Kazuša, Head of Market Analysis, SUEZ Trading Europe
Andrius Smaliukas, CEO, Baltpool
Johan Mertens, Biomass Trader, Engie
Michael Schytz, Head of Fuel & Logistics, HOFOR
Bjarne Munk Jensen, Director, AffaldVarme Aarhus
Goran Vatkov, Global Biomass & Freight Trading, Engie
and many more….
Market developments in a global and European perspective
Regulations and Policies for the European industry
Economics and sustainability challenges
Biomass certification and sustainability
Financing and investing strategies
Biomass plants’ case studies
Supply chain and logistics – planning and management
Latest technological advancements
Pellet market development worldwide
New solutions for Combined Heat & Power (CHP) generation
Best practise examples for specific applications
Role of biomass and influence to management of climate preservation