Viability to Make Appearance at International Biomass Conference

West Michigan firm to be part of one of the largest biomass events in the world

HOLLAND, MI - May 4, 2010 - The West Michigan based firm Viability LLC will have a presence at the largest Bioenergy event in North America. Representing the firm will be Dan Kuipers, who is scheduled to speak at the 3rd annual International BIOMASS Conference and Expo in Minneapolis on Thursday.


Kuipers, the senior carbon analyst at the economic and environmental consulting firm, is one of the more than 90 speakers at the event. His presentation will be aimed towards companies looking to expand/update their facilities and technology through the use of government grants and incentives.

Businesses responding to the growing public and government interest in renewable energy applications make up the majority of the 275 exhibitors at the International BIOMASS Conference and Expo. Exhibitors and attendees from all over the world will be in attendance, all with different backgrounds and specialties relating to biomass power.


ABOUT VIABILITY
Since 2003, Viability, LLC has partnered with a wide range of businesses in over 20 states and secured millions in grants and incentives. Viability's comprehensive services include domestic and international carbon credit development, grant and incentive research and application, and implementation of carbon action plans.

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