Canadian Biomass Magazine

Outdoor space available at PG bioenergy show

February 26, 2012
By Scott Jamieson

Feb. 26, 2012, Prince George, BC - Over a dozen outdoor exhibit spaces have been made available at the International Bioenergy Conference and Exhibition, to be held here June 13 to 15. Indoor space sold out in 2010, so organizers suggest early booking.

The outdoor area is ideal for larger capital equipment, such as chippers, grinders, biomass harvesting equipment, while the weather in June will be just right for outdoor visitors.

The International Bioenergy Conference
and Exhibition is Canada’s longest-running conference devoted to the
global bioenergy sector. It provides opportunities for bioenergy experts,
existing organizations and new entrants to come together to explore
leading-edge concepts and current applications in the bioenergy sector

The educational program includes themed sessions on global initiatives and updates, fibre availability, sustainability, the outlook for the bioeconomy, advances in municipal and district energy, bioenergy deployment today, pellets, advanced bioenergy technologies, First Nations and the bioeconomy, and torrefaction.

Details on exhibiting and the program can be found here.


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