For over 30 years now, the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (EU BC&E) has combined a very renowned international Scientific Conference with an Industry Exhibition.
The Technical Programme is coordinated by the European Commission, Joint Research Centre JRC.
Targets and content of the EU BC&E
The Conference will discuss major issues for the biomass markets, in technical and business areas, from resource assessment to market and policy developments, drawing on leading experiences from all over Europe and worldwide.
The event aims to encourage an international exchange of experience on policy, research and development, manufacturing and installation, and to be a showcase for the latest technologies.
The conference is expanding its coverage on the growing issue of bioeconomy, a sector that has strong links to bioenergy where Denmark became a leading country.
Copenhagen - the ideal location for the 21st edition of this European event
Copenhagen has unique facilities, transports and logistics to host attendees from all over the world, while offering great attractions for social activities during the conference week.
Hop on a bike and experience Copenhagen's renewable environment by participating at the 21st EU BC&E!Questions regarding the conference? Contact Maddalena Grassi:
Chiara Benetti | Eta Florence Renewable Energies
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A new study, now published in the journal Nature Geoscience, shows how microbial communities in melting glaciers contribute to the Earth’s carbon cycle, a...
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