The conference’s Waste to Fuels stream will examine key new sustainable sources for biofuels including municipal solid waste (MSW), food, tallow, and used cooking oils, as well as forestry waste. As these renewable, low carbon, and non-competing feedstocks become more accessible via new conversion technologies, leading producers and end-users will discuss the reality of realising the large market opportunities waste to fuel provides.
“With its ability to address multiple environmental and economic concerns in one swoop, waste to fuels is one of the most exciting technologies in the biofuels industry that our delegates are deeply interested in hearing more about,” said Claire Poole, Event Director for World Biofuels Markets.
At the co-located Biopower Generation conference, representatives from leading utilities, developers, investors, feedstock and technology suppliers will come together to hear first-hand case studies on developing power plants, finance, fuel supply chains and the latest developments in torrefaction.
“Across Europe, we’re seeing an increasing number of utilities and energy intensive industry converting existing coal fired plants or building new biopowered plants,” added Poole. “With forecasts estimating biopower could reach 150GW by 2030, this is the time to discuss how big a role biopower can play in the near and long term.”
In addition to these highlighted tracks, keynote speakers and executives from companies ranging from early-stage biofuels start-ups, to world-leading financial institutions, and global energy companies will address the conference covering key topics such as Aviation Sustainability, Energy Crops, Finance & Investment, and Biogas in Transportation.
More information on the conference agenda and registration is available at www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com, by following World Biofuels Markets on Twitter @wbmnews, or by joining the LinkedIn World Biofuels Market NEWS group.
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