Sustainable Bioenergy 2009 (SB2009)

Venue: America Square Conference Centre

Location: London, Vatican city

Event Date/Time: Feb 23, 2009 End Date/Time: Feb 24, 2009
Registration Date: Jan 22, 2009
Early Registration Date: Jan 23, 2009
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This conference will examine all the new trends in the bioenergy market – solutions to the food vs fuel debate, "next generation" biofuels, biomass for power generation, development of biorefineries – and how they are influencing investment decisions in Europe.

Key benefits of attending:

• Hear from 30+ forward-thinking industry experts – benefit from their first-hand experience and discuss with them the new opportunities in biomass, biogas and sustainable biofuels

• NEW! Highly interactive format – including many panel discussions and extended Q&A sessions. Panel discussions include:
- sustainability and biofuels
- bioenergy and carbon finance/climate change
- investment opportunities in forestry
- outlook for biomass in power generation
- new opportunities in biogas
- biomass for chemicals
- investment opportunities in biorefineries

• Packed agenda covering all the issues important to you and your business –
in addition to the panel discussions, top-level industry experts will present on:
- EU policy and targets
- Second-generation biofuels
- Case study: biomass projects in the CDM
- Commodity price risk management in bioenergy markets
- Biomass for heat and power
- Infrastructure investment challenges

• Superb networking: Meet and do business with the key players and decision makers in the European bioenergy markets

Who should attend

This is a must-attend conference for:
• Biofuel producers & users
• Electricity generators
• Buyers of renewable energy
• National & local government officials
• Agricultural/forestry land owners
• Technology suppliers
• Project developers
• Bankers
• Venture capitalists
• Private equity investors
• Energy consultants
• Lawyers


1 America Square
Vatican city

Additional Information

Early bird registrations end 23 January - up to then you can save at least £100!