BBI International recently announced the agenda for the technical sessions of the 11th annual International Biomass Conference & Expo, North America’s largest and fastest growing biomass conference. This event will take place April 16-18, 2018, at the Cobb Galleria Centre in Atlanta, Georgia.
The 2018 International Biomass Conference & Expo program will include 30 panels and more than 100 speakers, including 90 technical presentations on topics ranging from anaerobic digestion and gasification to pyrolysis and combined heat and power. The 2018 agenda features four comprehensive tracks :
“The International Biomass Conference & Expo has set the high expectation of covering all things biomass in a large number of sessions presented by industry leaders. This year’s agenda is no different. Whether attendees manage a biomass boiler that serves a couple of buildings or they broker cargo vessels full of wood pellets, there are panel discussions they’ll find valuable,” says Tim Portz, vice president of content for BBI International. “We’re always excited to begin the proceedings at the International Biomass Conference & Expo with a conversation with biomass association executives. This has become a tradition our attendees count on every year. I think this year will find interest in the discussion at an all-time high as conference attendees will want to hear where the industry is moving based on decisions put in place by the current administration.”
BBI International also announced one of two pre-conference events taking place on April 16, titled the Biomass Carbonization & Torrefaction Summit. “The Summit is a one-day, intensive conversation about the promise of upgrading biomass streams via torrefaction or the production of biochar and the markets that await the developers and producers who can scale-up and efficiently manufacture commercial volumes of these products. Attendees can expect conversations about downstream energy markets and the program’s inclusion of biochar will introduce new market segments to a biomass audience more familiar with traditional power or heat markets.”
“The second pre-conference event will focus on material handling and will include a shared tradeshow with the Biomass Carbonization & Torrifaction Summit during April 16.”
To see the agenda for the International Biomass Conference & Expo, visit www.BiomassConference.com.
Organized by BBI International and produced by Biomass Magazine, the International Biomass Conference & Expo “brings current and future producers of bioenergy and biobased products together with waste generators, energy crop growers, municipal leaders, utility executives, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, project developers, investors and policy makers. It’s a true one-stop shop – the world’s premier educational and networking junction for all biomass industries.”