Finland plans 2011 Nordic Bioenergy Conference
Oct. 4, 2010 – The Nordic Bioenergy Conference, which takes place every second year, is in Jyväskylä, central Finland, in 2011.
October 4, 2010 By FINBIO
Oct. 4, 2010 – The Nordic Bioenergy Conference, which takes place every second year, is
in Jyväskylä, central Finland, in 2011. The previous conference took place in
Stockholm, Sweden. Nordic Bioenergy 2011 is a great place to meet leading
bioenergy professionals, see the newest innovations and best practices, and do
Nordic Bioenergy, which includes the large International Bioenergy and Wood Exhibition
and Trade Fair, is a great place to find modern, up-to-date information about
bioenergy solutions, technology, and logistic systems in theory and in
practice. Several technical tours to bioenergy and biofuel production sites and
facilities are extra bonuses. The conference is organized by FINBIO (Bioenergy
Association of Finland) in co-operation with SVEBIO (Sweden), NOBIO (Norway),
and DANBIO (Denmark), and hundreds of member organizations.
There has been great progress in bioenergy technologies, systems, and solutions over
the last few years. There is concrete experience and expertise in biofuels and
the use of biofuel procurement systems, know-how, logistics, and technologies
that are available in the market. Best practices are currently in use in Nordic
countries, from biomass harvesting operations to production plants for heat,
power, and biofuels. New challenges and old bureaucratic barriers still exist.
Today, citizens, nations, and companies are increasingly aware and precise in how they
want to use and develop their energy systems and environmental sustainability.
Bioenergy and biofuels are global answers for sustainable energy production and
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