Bioenergy conference set for Kingston
Apr. 28, 2010, Kingston, ON – The third annual Conference on Biomass for Energy - The Great Lakes Bio-Region: Market Opportunities and Carbon Pricing - is set for May 30-31, 2010, at Ban Righ Hall, Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario.
April 28, 2010 By Canadian Biomass
Apr. 28, 2010, Kingston, ON – The
third annual Conference on Biomass for Energy – The Great Lakes Bio-Region:
Market Opportunities and Carbon Pricing – is set for May 30-31, 2010, at Ban
Righ Hall, Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario. Demands
for low-carbon sources of energy mean that governments are crafting policy and
committing funds to biomass and businesses are making decisions and allocating
their resources. The biomass industry is changing as quickly as it grows. It therefore remains critical to share information and to highlight best
practices, challenges, and successes.
an evening of information and networking, Mr. Colin Andersen of the Ontario
Power Authority will provide a keynote address to begin a full day of panels.
financial context for the biomass industry;
- Technologies and
successes on both the biomass supply side and the biomass-to-energy
- The policy and
business context within which demand will grow, including the U.S. Clean Energy and
Security Act and the Ontario Green Energy and Green Economy Act;
- The emerging
structures for pricing carbon.
this year, panel chairs and speakers will be drawn from government, industry, and
academia. Organizers anticipate more than 200 delegates. Register early to reserve your space at www.queensu.ca/qieep or email Lisa Doulas email@example.com for more
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