Biomass and sustainable bioenergy are two pillars of any strategy for the transition to a low carbon economy. Unlike other sources, energy from biomass constitutes an effective solution for decarbonising all energy sectors, power, heating and transports, not to mention its strategic role for material uses such as bio-chemicals.
By reporting on the 22nd European Biomass Conference and Exhibition you will be encouraging the breakdown of this important information and you will have the opportunity to access the latest biomass and bioenergy information and to meet the key players of the global biomass community.
The Conference programme will offer overviews of the latest scientific findings, industrial progress and political landscape. Its focus will therefore be the interaction between research, industry and policy makers.
The Exhibition will attract biomass companies and organisations from the along the entire value chain and will be the place to address the and discuss the fundamental challenges and innovative technologies of the bioenergy industry.
EU BC&E 2014 in a nutshell
Reporting at the EU BC&E
If you want to cover the event and you are unable to attend you can register as press to receive our multimedia coverage (photos, videos, conference highlights and news) of the event and you can participate remotely in the press conference via a live video web stream and catch up on the videos from the event on the EU BC&E YouTube channel.
Get in touch
If you have any questions, please contact Chiara Benetti at firstname.lastname@example.org; +39-055-5002280 ext.220.
Alternatively, visit our website: http://www.eubce.com
Press accreditation at: http://www.etaflorence.it/press-accreditation/
Institutional Support: European Commission DG Joint Research Center, UNESCO, EUBIA, WCRE.
Supported by: BEC, Biomasse Schweiz, C.A.R.M.E.N., International Biochar Initiative, UFOP, UNICA.
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