Conference emphasis is on wood
Jan. 10, 2012 - More than 40 speakers will participate in the Bioenergy Fuels & Products Conference & Expo to be held February 28-29, 2012 at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center in downtown Atlanta, Georgia.
January 10, 2012 By David Manly
Jan. 10, 2012 – More than 40 speakers will participate in the Bioenergy Fuels & Products Conference & Expo to be held February 28-29, 2012 at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center in downtown Atlanta, Georgia.
The event is hosted by Wood Bioenergy and Panel World magazines, as well as the Georgia Research Institute. In addition, more than 50 companies will exhibit their technologies and supplies in the Grand Ballroom North of the Omni Hotel.
“This event is all about wood energy,” comments Rich Donnell, editor-in-chief of Wood Bioenergy and Panel World magazines and the event co-chairman. “It’s not about solar, not about wind, not about grasses. Our event will combine the new generation wood energy with traditional wood energy.”
Three keynote sessions will address the entire attendee body, and will complement the 10 breakout sessions, each of which will have two or three presenters, are entitled: Wood Pellets Issues & Technologies, Energy & Technologies, Air Emissions, Operations Enhancements, Biomass & Energy, Products & Markets, Raw Materials, Resources, Energy to Emissions and Regional Developments.
|This event is all about
wood energy,” comments Rich Donnell, editor-in-chief of Wood
Bioenergy and Panel Worldmagazines and the event co-chairman.
For the complete conference agenda, along with a complete list of presenters and speakers, please visit: www.bioenergyshow.com.
The Bioenergy event immediately precedes the third Panel & Engineered Lumber International Conference & Expo (PELICE) on March 1-2, also in the Grand Ballroom North and hosted by Panel World magazine. Many of the exhibitors are participating in both events, as certain technologies and supply issues naturally fall over into the wood products industries.
“We feel the wood energy industry is at an important stage of development in our nation’s energy infrastructure,” Donnell says. “We hope that those who attend our conference will get a real feel for where we’re headed and for the companies and individuals who are leading the way.”
Visit www.bioenergyshow.com to view the registration options for both conferences.
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