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21st European Biomass Conference and Exhibition 2013

03 Jun 2013 - 07 Jun 2013 - Copenhagen, Denmark



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The  EU BC&E represents one of the key events in Europe and worldwide for companies and professionals operating at the top end of the biomass and bioenergy sector. 

Held in different countries annually, the EU BC&E successfully combines a highly renowned international Scientific Conference with an Industry Exhibition. It has been running for over 30 years thus rightfully gaining its status among the world’s most influential events in the biomass sector.

The event aims at encouraging an international exchange of experience on scientific research, development and policy, manufacturing and installation and to be a showcase for the latest technologies. 

More than 240 plenary and oral presentations, more than 460 visual presentations, numerous parallel events offering a deep insight into specific issues and current hot topics, a dynamic and stimulating industry exhibition and many social gatherings will be open to you during this annual meeting point for the international biomass community. 

For more information: www.conference-biomass.com



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