Biomass Energy event in San Francisco

Biomass Energy conference in San Francisco - May 7th Join us for a networking event and a fascinating panel discussion with experts to hear and discuss the potential growth and applications of Biomass Energy in the US and Europe.

Biomass Energy conference in San Francisco - May 7th


Did you know olive pits have been used for over 15 years as a source of fuel in Turkey?
Can a town get its energy from its own landfill biogas?

Join us for a networking event and a fascinating panel discussion with experts to hear and discuss the potential growth and applications of Biomass Energy in the US and Europe.

Biomass experts and professional, neophytes and green enthusiasts, this event is for you!

Find out what natural resources, other than wood, can be used in its production and what impact biomass plants will have on the energy industry and may have on greenhouse emissions for the next 20-30 years.

Our expert panelists will answer various questions:
What are the applications of biomass energy?
What are the benefits and potential downsides of biomass energy?
What are the sources of biomass? Are they equal in terms of their climate change impact?
What are the ideal markets for biomass energy?
Who are the major players and what are the start-up opportunities?
What is the potential growth for the industry and where are the opportunities?
What are the financial aspects, which companies and VCs are investing in Biomass energy and why?

Meet our speakers:
David Langer, Material Processing Facility Manager at Fulcrum BioEnergy
Philippe Lavielle, CEO at Virdia
Vineet Rajgarhia, SVP, Biotechnologies R&D at Total New Energies; USA Biotech
Greg Young, Co-Chairman at the Malaysian Life Sciences Capital Fund; Managing Director at Burrill & Company

A panel moderated by:
Leslie Guevarra, Director of Communications for Senator Jerry Hill and ex Greenbiz journalist

Wine and appetizers will be served.

To learn more and register: http://www.faccsf.com/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=419

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