15th annual World Ethanol & Biofuels 2012 2012 in Munich, Germany
THE EVENT FOR THE GLOBAL BIOFUELS INDUSTRY:
With 70+ speakers, 700+ delegates from 45+ countries, 40 different sessions, social events and structured networking over 4 days and a
15 year track record of delivering the highest quality content and opportunities
4 DAYS OF MEETINGS AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES:
THIS WILL BE YOUR MOST USEFUL 4 DAYS IN 2012
Meet the top decision makers from around the world, in one place at one time. Don’t miss out on the event where the international biofuels executives meet for the biggest week of trade and business in the year
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Come to where the real global leaders meet, network and join top-level discussion on the hottest commercial, technological and political factors shaping the industry
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Hilton Munich Park Hotel Am Tucherpark 7 80538 Munich, Germany, Munich, Germany
Final International Conference of Sweethanol project 2012 in Thessaloniki, Greece
09:00 Registrations, Welcome Coffe.
09:30 Conference opening.
Simons Danilids, Mayor of Neapoli-Skyies, President of RUCMM
Anastasios Konaklidis, President of TCG/SCM
Panagiotis Daikoudis, Mayor of Chalkidona, President of ANTETH
Georgios Kougiamis, President of ANATOLIKI SA
10:00 National Strategy for promoting bioethanol as biofuel
Zacharopoulos Athanasios, MINISTRY OF EVIROMENT, ENERGY AND CLIMATE CHANGE
10:20 The SWEETHANOL project, the current situation of bioethanol production in Europe and the case of Sweethanol model in Greece
Kostas Konstantinou, Irene Tsakiridou,
REACM / ANATOLIKI SA Greece
10:40 Pilot cultivation of sweet sorghum in Greece, benefits and yields
Koumtzis Leonidas, HALASTRA COOP, Greece
11:00 Bioethanol situation in Italy and the model of production from sweet sorghum: technical, environmental aspects
Alessia Vecchiet, CETA, Italy
11:20 Bioethanol production in Spain ( current situation, raw materials-technology used ) – EU Model Description of bioethanol production from sweet sorghum and other complementary raw materials
Oscar Leon, CARTIF, Spain
11:40 Coffe Break
12:00 Energy planning at local level through Spin-off models
Michela Pin, CETA, Italy
12:20 The vision of farmers in the production of biofuels
Luisa Daidone, INIPA, Italy
12:40 Study of the Potential Distribution of Sweet Sorghum in Spain
Maria Hernarndo Sanz, ADABE, Spain
13:00 Conversion of sweet-sorghum to bioethanol: Production Process and Sustainability
Stella Bezergianni, CERTH/CPERI
14:00 End of Conference
TECHNICAL CHAMBER OF GREECE SECTION OF CENTRAL MACEDONIA ?. Alexandrou 49, 54643, Thessaloniki, Greece
EU BC&E 2012 – 20th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition 2012 in Milan
The Conference will take place from 18 to 22 June 2012 at the Milano Convention Centre – MiCo in Italy. It will be the International Biomass Conference in 2012. The international science and technology Conference of the 20th EU BC&E comprises more than 800 presentations, in plenary, oral and visual sessions. The 20th EU BC&E attracts policy and industry decision makers through several parallel events addressing special topics which are currently in the focus of discussion. The subjects of the 20th EU BC&E result from the experiences of the previous successful EU BC&E conferences. The subjects have been further developed and structured and include the most recent scientific, technology and market trends. All biomass specialists are invited to contribute and to present innovative developments, progress and scientific results to the global biomass community.
The Exhibition will take place in parallel to the Conference at the Milano Convention Centre – MiCo. The 20th EU BC&E, one of the most important events of the biomass sector, provides an excellent international platform for exchange between experts in the field of research, industry and politics. The exhibition area for the 20th EU BC&E will be expanded in 2012 and adapted to the new industry topics.
4 good reasons to join the exhibition:
About 2,000 participants from 70 countries are expected to discuss new markets, production methods and applications, as well as policies, standards and incentives in the field of biomass.
The visit of the Exhibition is open to the public.
MiCo – Milano Congress Centre Piazzale Carlo Magno, 1 – 20149 Milano, Milan
Finale national Conference 2012 in Gorizia
Finora il mercato europeo del bioetanolo è stato controllato dai grossi gruppi industriali e dalle grandi cooperative agricole legati al settore saccarifero e la produzione si è concentrata in impianti di elevata capacità (100.000-200.000 t/anno), dove è processata principalmente la granella dei cereali. Tale situazione è in corso di evoluzione, poiché l’imposizione del rispetto di severi criteri di sostenibilità per i biocarburanti (d.lgs. 28/2011, di recepimento della Direttiva 2009/28/CE) penalizza il bioetanolo prodotto da queste materie prime.
Per contro il bioetanolo ottenuto dal sorgo zuccherino è sostenibile ai sensi del quadro normativo vigente ed il recupero energetico dei sottoprodotti offre una buona remuneratività anche agli impianti decentralizzati di taglia medio-piccola (10.000-15.000 t/anno).
Il progetto SWEETHANOL, finanziato nell’ambito del programma Intelligent Energy Europe della Commissione europea, ha contribuito a sviluppare e diffondere un modello di filiera corta per esprimere queste potenzialità nei Paesi dell’Europa meridionale, areale di coltivazione del sorgo zuccherino.
Nella Conferenza Finale Nazionale del progetto saranno riferiti i dettagli del modello di filiera contestualizzato alla Pianura Padana ed il contributo da parte di altre importanti istituzioni permetterà di esplorare questa tematica da altri punti di vista e di inquadrare gli argomenti in un panorama più vasto sulle prospettive che l’agro- energia offre attualmente in Italia.
Sala della Torre, Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Gorizia Via carducci, 2, Gorizia
2G Bioethanol Production: Technological development, and Agroenvironmental and economic implications 2012 in Bologna
SWEET FUEL PROJECT – BRIEF ABSTRACT
Increasing world market prices for fossil fuels, driven by limited reserves, growing demand and instability in producing regions, now render renewable fuels economical. Such fuels are also a pathway to reducing GHG emissions and mitigating climate change. Bio-ethanol from crop plants is a promising, partial solution to sustainably satisfy the energy demand for road transport. Fuel-food crops can thereby help reconciling energy and food security issues. This project will breed for improved cultivars and hybrids of sorghum for temperate, tropical semi-arid and tropical acid-soil environments by pyramiding in various combinations. The Consortium is composed of 10 members from France (leader), Italy, Germany, Brazil, India, Mexico and South Africa, including a seed company. Project outcomes will be new germplasm, sustainable practices and commodity chain concepts adapted to each target region. The duration of the project is 5 years.
For more detailed info on the event:
University of Bologna Sala Ulisse – Accademia delle Scienze Via Zamboni 33, Bologna
WORLD BIOFUELS MARKETS 2012 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Europe’s Largest & Premier Biofuels Congress & Exhibition
Where the biofuels industry meets to do businness
Beurs-World Trade Centre Beursplane, 37, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
2012 Annual Conference – Sweet Sorghum Ethanol Association 2012 in Orlando, Florida
More info at: http://www.sseassociation.org/home
Holiday Inn – Orlando International Airport 5750 T. G. Lee Blvd, Orlando, Florida
BIOENERGY INTERNATIONAL – Asia Expo & Conference 2011 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Bioenergy International expo & conference offers Asian companies involved in the bioenergy market an opportunity to network with existing and potential customers
The two day conference programme provides industry professionals the opportunity to present to delegates their current projects and products in regards to the Asian market. The two day conference streams will cover
Bioenergy International expo & conference attracts companies and individuals involved in bioenergy production and the operation of bioenergy plants. As well as attracting policy developers, R&D departments, company CEOs and management.
Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
BIOFUELS INTERNATIONAL EXPO & CONFERENCE 2011 in Antwerp, Belgium
Biofuels International Europe expo & conference brings together biodiesel and bioethanol producers, oil majors, regulators, traders and technology suppliers to discuss key issues in a seemingly confusing and rapidly developing marketplace.
With a two day conference programme and exhibition this event is a must for your diary!
For more information:
Antwerp Expo Jan Van Rijswijcklaan 191, Antwerp, Belgium
F.O. Licht's WORLD ETHANOL & BIOFUELS 2011 in Barcelona, Spain
F.O. Licht’s World Ethanol and Biofuels conference covers the latest developments across all green fuels – first generation ethanol and biodiesel, cellulosic biofuels, algae fuels and drop-in fuels. F.O. Licht’s World Ethanol and Biofuels conference will reflect the changing biofuels industry, assessing how new technologies and feedstocks, sustainability requirements and policy targets are shaping the future of the industry.
F.O. Licht’s World Ethanol and Biofuels conference is the best forum for in-depth analysis of the ethanol and biofuels industry, guaranteeing 4 days of interactive sessions led by international ethanol and biofuels industry leaders and a unique opportunity to network with 650+ senior ethanol and biofuels executives from all over the world, from across the entire value chain. At this global conference dedicated to ethanol and biofuels you will hear a new idea, get a fresh insight into market dynamics or meet a new contact that will make a difference to you.
More Info: http://web.agraevents.com/
W Barcelona Hotel Plaça de la Rosa del Vents, 1, Barcelona, Spain
XIX° ISAF – International Symposium on alcohol fuels 2011 in VERONA, Italy
ISAF (International Symposium on Alcohol Fuels ) is a non-profit international organization which gathers together specialists, technologists, executives and technical experts from alcohol, alcohol fuels, methanol, ethers and bio-fuel industries. It first came into being in the year 1976 and shall be completing its 35 years in the year 2011 when the ISAF XIX will be held in Verona (Italy). It is one of the oldest and most respected Worldwide group of experts (Technical and Academical) from various fields on alcohol fuels, 1st and 2nd generation biofuels, anaerobic digestion, power generation, emissions and sustainability issues.
ISAF XIX will be co-located with the 2nd Lignocellulosic Bioethanol Conference, a major event on 2nd generation bioethanol technologies organised by the European Commission and Brazil. Registered ISAF delegates will also be allowed to attend this parallel event.
The XIX International Symposium on Alcohol Fuels (ISAF XIX) will be held in Italy on October 10 to October 14, 2011 at the Verona Fiere Congress Center. On the occasion of ISAF XIX many activities are planned to mark the 35th anniversary of ISAF.
More Info: http://www.isaf2011.it/
VERONAFIERE Viale del Lavoro, 8, VERONA, Italy
BIOFUELS INTERNATIONAL – Canada Expo & Conference 2011 in Calgary, Canada
Biofuels International expo & conference offers companies involved in the biofuel market an opportunity to network with existing and potential customers.
The two day conference programme provides industry professionals the opportunity to present to delegates their current projects and products.
Biofuels International expo & conference attracts companies and individuals involved in biofuel production and the operation of biofuel plants. As well as attracting policy developers, R&D departments, company CEOs and management.
With increased delegate and exhibitor networking opportunities through sponsored coffee breaks, lunches and evening receptions. Biofuels International expo & conference is an event that holds the future for you as an individual or a company.
Telus Convention Centre 120 Ninth Avenue SE, Calgary, Canada
ALTERNATIVE FUELS SUMMIT 2011 2011 in Brisbane, Australia
Want to be at the forefront of alternative fuels down under? The Alternative Fuels Summit 2011 is where you will need to be – where the leaders in alternative fuels will meet to drive innovation and to do business.
Bringing together the highest calibre executives from around the world to focus on investment in truly sustainable and renewable fuels. Where global alternative fuel leaders will share their views on the real issues that impact the industry – how to bring together the business case, how the alternative fuels world is evolving and overcoming challenges, how we can overcome those challenges sooner.
From feedstocks to finance, technology, policy and sustainability, the Alternative Fuels Summit will give attendees access to the most senior level of decision makers in the one place at the one time. With unique opportunities for networking and relationship building ‘down under’, if you want to see real commitment to alternative fuels and the industry, you can’t miss being a part of it.
More info: http://www.alternativefuelssummit.com.au/
Hilton hotel 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane, Australia
National Technical Workshop for the discussion of the Model – SWEETHANOL project 2011 in PADOVA (Italy)
Francesco Marangon Pres. CETA
|14:20||SWEETHANOL project: the sustainability of the model for the integrated production of bioethanol and other energy products using sweet sorghum in decentralised small-medium plants||Michela Pin, CETA|
|14:40||UE strategies for the biofuels sustainability||Lucia Recchia, Università di Firenze|
|15:00||Agro-economical aspects||Vasco Boatto, University of Padova|
|15:20||Agro-mechanical aspects||Luigi Pari, C.R.A.- Ing|
|15:40||Technological experiences for the bioethanol production||Eugenio Macchia, Green Engineering S.r.l.|
|16:00||By-products valorisation: combustion and co-generation||Roberta Roberto, ENEA|
Giorgio Piazza, Pres. Ass. Fattorie del Sole – Coldiretti
||Will contribute to the debate : Ministry of the Economy Development – Giovanni Perrella; Customs Agency; Coldiretti – Paolo Abballe; Assocostieri – M.R. Di Somma; Unima – Roberto Guidotti; ASSOSEMENTI – Marco Nardi; C.A.I. SpA -Consorzi Agrari d’Italia – Palo Martin|
||Invited to participate in the debate|
||Public Administrations – DG Agriculture, Industry, Environment and Economy of the Veneto and Friuli Venezia Giulia Regions – the professionals Associations and the operators of the sector|
AC HOTEL – Sala Gran Forum via Prima Strada, 1, PADOVA (Italy)
PRODUCCIÓN DE BIOETANOL EN EUROPA. DISCUSIÓN DE UN MODELO SOSTENIBLE 2011 in Boecillo
“PRODUCCIÓN DE BIOETANOL EN EUROPA. DISCUSIÓN DE UN MODELO SOSTENIBLE”
Fecha: 20 de Junio de 2011
Lugar: Sala de Conferencias del Edificio de Usos Comunes. PT de Boecillo, Valladolid
9:00 – 9:15 Inauguración de la Jornada: D. José Ramón Perán. Director General de la Fundación CARTIF.
9:15 – 9:45 Presentación del Proyecto “SWEETHANOL. Diffusion of a sustainable EU model to produce 1st generation ethanol from sweet sorghum in decentralised plants”. D. Oscar León. Fundación CARTIF
· Descripción del Proyecto SWEETHANOL y participantes.
· Presentación de las acciones realizadas.
· Conclusiones y experiencias.
9:45 – 10:45 Cultivo del sorgo dulce: Ventajas, inconvenientes y aplicaciones potenciales
CIEMAT, UPM (Grupo Agroenergética)
· Estudio de adaptabilidad potencial del cultivo de sorgo dulce a las condiciones agroclimáticas de España. D. Joan Serra ó Annabel Salvado. Estación Experimental Mas Badia. IRTA Investigación y Tecnología Agroalimentarias.
· Aptitud agronómica del cultivo de sorgo dulce para bioetanol y evaluación de otras aplicaciones del sorgo: biomasa y/o alimentación. Dña. María Dolores Curt. UPM Grupo Agroenergética.
11:15 – 13:15 Producción de bioetanol como biocombustible. Viabilidad Industrial.
Fundación CARTIF, ABENGOA, REPSOL, ACOR
· Producción del bioetanol como biocombustible en Europa. Bioetanol procedente de primera y segunda generación. Ventajas e inconvenientes. D. Oscar León. Fundación CARTIF.
· Utilización de sorgo dulce para la producción de bioetanol en Abengoa. Actividades llevadas a cabo dentro del Proyecto SORGOSWEET. Dña. Beatriz Alonso. ABENGOA BIOENERGY.
· La utilización del Bioetanol en gasolinas. ETBE o Blending. Ventajas e inconvenientes. D. Martín Santos. REPSOL
· Modelos de producción de Biocarburantes en Europa: Cooperativas o Sectores Independientes. D. Javier Areños. ACOR
13:15-14:15 Legislación y ayudas a la producción
· Criterios de sostenibilidad desde el punto de vista legislativo. Dña Yolanda Lechón. CIEMAT
· Apoyo nacional y europeo a la fabricación de bioetanol. Legislación, ayudas y medidas antidumping. D. Francisco José Domínguez. IDAE.
14:30-16:00 Pausa – Comida
16:00 – 18:30 Mesa Redonda: Debate sobre los usos del bioetanol
Fundación CARTIF, ADABE, CIEMAT, IDAE, ABENGOA, REPSOL
· Tendencias en la producción de bioetanol a corto plazo.
· Influencia de los precios en las campañas de producción.
· Modelo de producción de bioetanol en Europa.
· Competitividad de la producción europea frente a países emergentes.
INSCRIPCIONES A LA JORNADA
La inscripción a la jornada es gratuita y por orden de solicitud.
Para solicitar la inscripción a la jornada contactar con:
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Roberto Marcos Paloma González
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Sala de Conferencias del Edicio de usos comunes del Parque Tecnológico de Boecillo Parque Tenológico de Boecillo (Boecillo), Boecillo
National Technical Workshop for the discussion of the Model – SWEETHANOL project 2011 in Torino – ITALY
Francesco Marangon Pres. CETA
SWEETHANOL project: The sustainability of the model for the integrated production of bioethanol and other energy products using sweet sorghum in decentralised small-medium plants.
Michela Pin, CETA
|14:40||National strategies on the matter of energy production from the biomasses||
Marco Bertagni, ITABIA
Dario Sacco, University of Torino
|15:20||Technological experiences for the bioethanol production||
Eugenio Macchia, Green Engineering S.r.l.
|15:40||By-products valorisation: the anaerobic digestion||
Mariangela Soldano, CRPA-ING
|16:00||By-products valorisation: combustion and co-generation||
Roberta Roberto, ENEA
Giorgio Piazza, Pres. Ass. Fattorie del Sole – Coldiretti
||Will contribute to the debate : Coldiretti – Paolo Abballe; Unima – Francesco Torrisi; ASSOSEMENTI – Marco Nardi; C.A.I. SpA -Consorzi Agrari d’Italia – Palo Martin;|
||Invited to participate in the debate|
||Public Administrations – DG Agriculture, Industry, Environment and Economy of the Piemonte and Lombardia Regions – the professionals Associations, the operators of the sector|
Sala Einaudi, Centro Congressi Camera di Commercio Via Nino Costa, 8, Torino – ITALY
19th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition 2011 in Berlin, Germany
For over 30 years now, the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (European BC&E) has combined a very renowned international Scientific Conference with an Industry Exhibition. Since 2007 the Conference and Exhibition takes place every year. The European BC&E is held at different venues throughout Europe and ranks on top of the world’s leading events in the Biomass sector.
The 19th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition will take place in Berlin, Germany (Conference: 6-10 June 2011; Exhibition: 6-9 June 2011). The Technical Programme is coordinated by the European Commission, DG Joint Research Centre.
This world class event will be the platform to bring together the decision-makers and key persons from industry, suppliers, applicants, government organizations and financing institutes.
This event is supported by European and international organisations such as the European Commission, UNESCO – United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Natural Sciences Sector, WCRE – the World Council for Renewable Energy, EUBIA – the European Biomass Industry Association.
For more details and reservation: http://www.conference-biomass.com/Exhibition.406.0.html
Berlin Berlin, Berlin, Germany
The 4th International Congress of Energy and Environment Engineering and Management (CIIEM) 2011 in Merida, Spain
The 4th International Congress of Energy and Environment Engineering and Management (CIIEM), organized by teachers belonging to the Areas of Engineering of the Polytechnic Institute of Portalegre (Portugal) and the School of Industrial Engineering of the Extremadura University (Spain), has the main target of joining academic, researchers, engineers, consultants and firms from the Energy and Environment Sectors, in order to interchange experiences, present advances and new projects about the rational and efficient use of Energy and the Energetic Conversion Systems, and also to analyse the different solutions focused to reduce the impact caused due to energetic systems on the environment and the environment preservation, concerning other activity sectors and society. In this way, this Congress attempts to contribute to reaching a sustainable development in our countries.
In order to reach this purpose, in CIIEM will take place not only all the research topics and development works concerning Energy and Environmental Engineering and Management, but also those belonging to areas closely related to these two disciplines.
According to this philosophy the Congress has been structured into six different scientific areas, in which all the communications will be distributed depending on the following items:
• Energetic Installations
• Renewable Energies
• Environmental Management. Environmental Engineering
• Environmental Education
• Materials for energy. Clean Materials.
• Energetic and environmental Project Management
The presentation of the papers will be made orally or by means of panels or posters
The publication will be made not only in the summary book but also in CD-ROM format with the whole content of the papers. Therefore, those communications having enough quality (once the revision process is passed) will have the possibility of being published in International Journals.
This 4th edition will also have a publication edited by the congress itself, where those articles which haven’t been selected by the editors for the scientific journals, will be published.
Finally, on behalf of the Organizing Committee we would like to invite all the Scientific Community to participate in this project, presenting papers or communications related to any of the proposed areas.
Merida (Spain) Merida, Merida, Spain
Workshop discussion of financial and administrative aspects of the model chain 2011 in 33030 Torreano di Martignacco (UD) – Italia
Moderator Francesco Marangon
9:30 Registration & Introduction
10:00 - The project sweethanol: description and objectives by Michela Pin ( C.E.T.A. )
10:15 - The sustainability of the model for integrated production of bioethanol and otherenergy products from sweet sorghum in decentralized systems of small to mediumsize by Michela Pin ( C.E.T.A. )
10:30 – The national strategies for energy production from biomass and support system by Giovanni Perrella ( Ministry of Economic Development )
11:00 – Financing options at reduced rates by Giorgio Candusso ( Banca del Credito Cooperativo )
11:15 – Coffe Break
11:45 – Ethanol from sweet sorghum: international experience and operational capabilities in Italy by Marco Bertagni ( Bertagni Consulting s.r.l. )
12:15 – Debate
12:45 – Conclusions
Udine fiere 96,via cotonificio, 33030 Torreano di Martignacco (UD) – Italia
PRODUCCIÓN DE BIOETANOL A PARTIR DE SORGO DULCE EN EUROPA. DISCUSIÓN DE UN MODELO SOSTENIBLE 2011 in Madrid
9:00 – 9:15 Inauguración de la Jornada: D. Jesús Vázquez. Director de la E.T.S.I.A. UPM
9:15 – 9:45 Presentación del Proyecto “SWEETHANOL. Diffusion of a sustainable EU model to produce 1st generation ethanol from sweet sorghum in decentralised plants”. D. Óscar León. Fundación CARTIF
• Descripción del Proyecto SWEETHANOL y participantes.
• Presentación de las acciones realizadas.
• Conclusiones y experiencias.
9:45 – 11:15 Cultivo del sorgo dulce: Ventajas, inconvenientes y aplicaciones potenciales
• Aptitud agronómica del cultivo de sorgo dulce para bioetanol en España. Dña. Mª Dolores Curt. UPM
• Experiencias llevadas a cabo en Madrid por el Grupo de Agroenergética de la ETSIAUPM. Variedades estudiadas. Dña Marina Sanz. UPM
• Estudio de distribución potencial del sorgo dulce en España. D. Borja Esteban. UPM
11:15 – 11:45 Pausa-Café
11:45 – 13:30 Producción de bioetanol como biocombustible. Viabilidad Industrial.
? Producción del bioetanol a partir de sorgo dulce. Ventajas e inconvenientes. D. Óscar León. Fundación CARTIF
• Utilización de sorgo dulce para producción de bioetanol en Abengoa. Actividades llevadas a cabo dentro del Proyecto SORGOSWEET. Dña Beatriz Alonso. Abengoa Bioenergy.
• Usos del bagazo del sorgo dulce para producción de bioetanol. Dña Mercedes Ballesteros. CIEMAT
13:30 – 14:30 Legislación y ayudas a la producción
• Criterios de sostenibilidad desde el punto de vista legislativo. Dña Yolanda Lechón. CIEMAT
• Apoyo nacional y europeo a la fabricación de bioetanol. Legislación, ayudas y medidas antidumping. D. Francisco José Domínguez. IDAE
14:30 – 16:00 Pausa – Comida
16:00 – 18:30 Mesa Redonda: Debate sobre legislación en el uso de bioetanol como carburante Fundación CARTIF, ADABE, IDAE, CIEMAT, ABENGOA
• Criterios de sostenibilidad. Perspectivas de evolución en el futuro
• Medidas de apoyo en el marco del PANER
• Previsión para Investigación y Desarrollo
• Perspectivas de los biocarburantes
Más información e INSCRIPCIONES: María Hernando (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Oscar León (email@example.com)
Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros Agrónomos. Universidad Politécnica de Madrid. Avenida Complutense s/n. Ciudad Universitaria. 28040 Madrid, Madrid
World Biofuels MARKETS 2011 in Rotterdam – The Netherlands
Worldbiofuels MARKETS 2011
22-24 March 2011
Rotterdam, The Netherlands
World Biofuels Markets (WBM) is the leading annual industry networking event where the biofuels world meet to drive innovation and do business. Over 5465 high calibre executives from 80 countries have attended to date.
For more informations:
Beurs-World Trade Centre Beursplane 37, Rotterdam – The Netherlands
The European Fuels Conference – 12th Annual Meeting 2011 in Paris
The European Fuels Conference – 12th Annual Meeting
Paris, France 8-11 March 2011
With falling oil demand and refiners’ reduced profit margins, the main focus is to dramatically improve energy efficiency and find the most effective way to maintain profitability.
With growing concerns about climate change and the pressure to move towards cleaner environmentally friendly fuels, alternative fuels are becoming a commercial force.
The 12th Annual European Fuels Conference will enable refiners and fuels developers to gain strategic insight into how EU fuels specifications are being me, assess the global and supply demand of the European fuels marke; maximise their gain from the clean energy challenges in biofuels, hydrogen, and fuel cells, electric and hybrid vehicle; find the most effective way to overcome challenges faced by refiners and alternative energy producers; refine your own future strategy.
Creation of the perfect platform for the entire value chain of the fuels community come together to discuss in-depth specific trends and challenges refiners, automotive, aviation and bunker sector are faced with.
Event homepage: http://www.wraconferences.com/
France , Paris
Sweet Sorghum Ethanol Conference 2011 in Orlando, Florida
The SSEA (Sweet Sorghum Ethanol Association) is a global organization whose purpose is to promote and develop the use of sweet sorghum, a renewable and sustainable resource, for processing into ethanol and other bio-derivatives.
The 2011 SSEA General Meeting will be in Orlando, FL starting Thursday Jan. 27 and finishing on Friday the 28th. The hotel will be the Holiday Inn Select which is very close to the airport. The full address of the hotel is below. Please reserve these days for the conference and we are looking forward to seeing you again and sharing this past year’s experience.
For more details and reservation: http://www.sseassociation.org/
Holiday Inn Orlando International Airport 5750 T.G. LEE BLVD. ORLANDO, FL, Orlando, Florida
Travel to Perù 2010 in Lima, Peru
Another travel to study the bioethanol production is foreseen in South America, Peru’, in November 2010.
The visits will be focused on: Bioethanol plants, cultivations, research at University level.
The participant institutes are C.E.T.A., CARTIF, INIPA-Coldiretti, REACM-Anatoliki, University of Madrid, Green Engineering Srl.
All detalis and info, with pictures, video and interviews will be published on the Community within the end of November.
Peru' -, Lima, Peru
Travel to Spain 2010 in Valladolid
The travel foreseen in Spain will allow the participants to visit the European reality for bioethanol production plants and centers for genetic breeding of new varieties of energy crops.
The participants will be C.E.T.A., INIPA-Coldiretti, CARTIF, ADABE, REACM-Anatoliki, Halastra-COOP, GreenEngineering, University of Madrid, external technicians from the 3 Countries.
The travel will be done from 19 to 23 October 2010
Spain, Europe Real De Burgos, Valladolid
Travel in India 2010 in Hyderabad
Participants: C.E.T.A., GreenEngineering, CARTIF, University of Madrid, Univeristy of Valladolid, INIPA, Coldiretti Italia, REACM-Anatoliki with their experts;
Location: Andhra Pradesh – city of Hyderabad and 2 day trip to Maharashtra – city of Nanded
Institute of reference in India: ICRISAT (International Crop Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics) : they will take the group in 5 days of visits : meetings about sweet sorghum R&D, sweet sorghum crop fields, decentralized crushing units, agri-business incubators, distilleries, bioethanol plants.
ICRISAT is located at Patancheru district, Hyderabad city.
Andhra Pradesh nternational Crop Research Institute for Semi-Arid Tropics, Hyderabad