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BIT's 4th Annual World Congress of Bioenergy-2014  (WCBE2014)

21 Sep 2014 - 23 Sep 2014 - Qingdao, China



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The World Congress of Bioenergy respectively has held Successfully three terms were in Dalian(WCBE-2011), Xi'an(WCBE-2012), and Nanjing(WCBE-2013). The BIT's 4th Annual World Congress of Bioenergy-2014(WCBE-2014) will be convened in Qingdao, China, during September 21~23, 2014.

With the theme of "Roadmap toward 2020", As the operating organization, BIT Congress Inc. cordially invites you to join the event in 2014.

Highlights: 
  • 3 Days Parallel Speech Reflect Global Bioenergy Trending in the Following 10 years
  • 6 Streams Consists of Bioenergy Economy, Supply System, Technologies and Applications
  • 150 Presentations from Authority, Governmental Decision Makers, Distinguished Scientists, Engineers
  • Industrial Executives and Investors

Highlights of the conference
  • 3 Days Parallel Speech Reflect Global Bioenergy Trending in the Following 10 year
  • 6 Streams Consists of Bioenergy Economy, Supply System, Technologies and Applications
  • 150 Presentations from Authority, Governmental Decision Makers, Distinguished Scientists, Engineers, Industrial Executives and Investors
  • 20+ Exhibitors and 50+ Posters from Leading Bioenergy Companies and Research Institutes
  • Provide Broad Matchmaking Platform, Variety and Colorful Business Events and Social Activities



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