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Wolrd Bioenergy 2012World Bioenergy calls for presentations
World Bioenergy has released a call for papers and presentations for the May 29–31 2012 conference that will take place in Jönköping, Sweden.


September 16, 2011
By World Bioenergy
Wolrd Bioenergy 2012  
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Sept. 16, 2011 – World Bioenergy has
released a call for papers and presentations for the May 29–31 2012 conference
that will take place in Jönköping, Sweden. The conference is offering many
sessions focusing on various bioenergy themes. The overall focus will be on
applied and currently available technology as well as efficient, sustainable,
and economic solutions: bioenergy solutions that work.

Those interested in presenting a paper
orally or in poster format should visit www.worldbioenergy.com for more
information and submission guidelines. All submissions will be evaluated by a
scientific committee, and accepted papers will be published in the conference
proceedings.

Important dates:

Final date for submission of abstracts: 1
December 2011

Notification of authors: 16 January 2012

Final date for submission of full papers:
16 April 2012

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CONFERENCE THEMES

  • Bioenergy resources and potentials
  • Sustainable harvest of forest residues
  • Bioenergy crops—opportunities for
    developing countries
  • Optimising bioenergy logistics
  • Policy to promote market development and
    innovation
  • Policies and measures to promote trade and
    sustainability
  • How to ensure sustainability of bioenergy
  • Sustainable transport based on renewable
    energy
  • Improved combustion technologies and
    co-firing
  • Energy from waste resources—biogas, fuels,
    electricity, etc.
  • Bioelectricity production
  • District heating and CHP with biomass
  • Refined fuel production processes—torrefaction,
    pyrolysis, enzymatic evolution, thermal gasification, syngas production, etc.
  • Biorefineries—optimising the value-chain
  • Pellets production, increased trade—new
    technologies and new raw materials – 3rd WORLD CONFERENCE ON PELLETS
  • Industrial developments and business cases

Submission of other relevant topics may
also be considered.


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