BBF UK 2013 London, United Kingdom, 11.03.2013 - 12.03.2013

This strictly B2B conference focuses on commercial opportunities and challenges brought about by the development of the bioenergy energy market in the UK, international co-operation in biomass trade, and project finance for bioenergy development in the country.

Over 200 bioenergy experts are expected to join the BBF (Bioenergy Business Forum) UK 2012 conference and exhibition. Taking place in London on 11-12 March 2013, this strictly B2B conference focuses on commercial opportunities and challenges brought about by the development of the bioenergy energy market in the UK, international co-operation in biomass trade, and project finance for bioenergy development in the country.


The conference will cover a number of topics revolving around:

The state of the bioenergy industry in the UK
Second-generation biofuels: progress in technology and development
Biotechnology in grain processing and production of "green" chemistry as value added fermentation products
Potable alcohol plants: production process & conversion to biofuels
Wet-milling and production of gluten, starches and bioethanol & biobutanol
Pyrolysis & gasi­fication: bio-oil, biochar and syngas. Heating bio-oil market.
Biodiesel market development options for the UK
Fossil industry position on biofuels and the oil industry expectations
Fuel ethanol plant's economics: Dry-Mill vs. Wet-Mill, Energy Integration
Regulatory and legal frameworks for biofuels industry in the UK
Generating Revenues From Co-Products (Distillers Grain and Carbon Dioxide)
The UK and Ireland Biofuels Markets - Ready for take-off?
Wood chips and pellet production and international trade
Solid biofuels: production and use in the UK. Biomass stoves, boilers & burners.
Pellets & briquettes: export & domestic utility market. Co-production at bioenergy
Municipal waste into energy - district heating
Filtration and purification technologies for converting lowgrade feedstock into high quility biofuel
Grain, woody and agri biomass storage and process facilities for bioenergy production
and more (please email us for a copmalete call for papers)

Who will you meet:
Biomass and biogas producers
Biomass traders - domestic and international
Biomass and biogas storage and transportation executives
Biomass and biogas plants operators
Biomass and biogas technology companies
Renewable energy finance professionals
Renewable energy law experts
Crop technologists
Waste managers
Saw mill operators
Lifestock and poultry owners
Wood waste experts
Pelleting managers
Fuels experts
Heads, grain storage and process facilities
Heads, woody and biomass storage and process facilities
other entities interested/ involved in the bioenergy market

Why attend:
A fully packed programme of high profile speakers
Excellent networking with the who's who of the UK and international bioenergy industry
Technology update in the exhibition area
Extensive finance advice on developing commercially profitable biomass and biogas projects with case studies
Learn about local biogas plant build and profitability
Discover how to utilise your waste and make money
Join +200 bioenergy experts
Take part in extensive matchmaking sessions with industry leaders and decision-makers
Promote your company at the exhibition located in the main networking area

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