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Key specialist business event in the BIOMASS sector in Poland in 2013

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International Biomass Forum (IBF) – Poland, Europe, International regulations, processing, logistic, usage

21 – 22 March 2013, Katowice, Poland

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In parallel with the most recent legislative-environment information concerning biomass-based energy market, to be shared – as usual – by representatives of the Polish Ministry of Economy, Ministry of the Environment and Energy Regulatory Office and representative of the relevant EU body. the participants from Poland and abroad will take the opportunity to encounter the newest solutions in the fields touched upon at previous Forum editions, including:

The he broad subject of BIOMASS with focus on EU, EE, CEE & Polish aspects will be covered at the

– Legal regulations in Poland, EU and internationally

– Biomass policies, balanced markets, use/utilisation

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– Biomass: potential, resources, storage, side products

– Biomass conversion technology – of use in heat engineering, electricity and chemicals production+

– R & D – processes, solid fules/propellants, liquid and gas biomass

– Quality control in view of green energy settlements and transacting with suppliers

– Industry demonstration and business concepts

– Transportation and logistics, incl. road, rail and sea transport

– Supplies and contracting

– Developmental projects of individual energy groups

– Techniques and technologies also introducing a special topic:

– gaining biomass from the seas also including

– site to a modern power unit at Power Plant Jaworzno III, furnished with a fluidised-bed boiler enabling a 100% biomass combustion

It is a proven practice and quality of the IBF that it provides a natural platform for exchange of information, achievements, and results of experiments. Again, an opportunity will be given to establish contacts with producers, suppliers, logisticians and provides of technological solutions from Poland and abroad, thus enabling biomass suppliers to learn more about the expectations of industrial consumers of biomass.

The previous editions of BIOMASS meetings held as part of events have attracted more than 1,500 experts and representatives of major industry businesses, Government representatives and scientists – the fact that no doubt testifies to the event’s  rank and prestige.

With Kind Regards

Joanna Iwanowska, Development Director

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