Bioenergy, the key to our energy independence?

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

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

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

Meet our speakers:
Charles Holland, Partner at K&L Gates
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 Malaysian Life Sciences Capital Fund

A panel moderated by:
Leslie Guevarra, former Greenbiz journalist, currently senior district representative for communications, Office of State Senator Jerry Hill

Our expert panelists will answer various questions:
What are the applications of Bioenergy?
What are the benefits and potential downsides of Bioenergy?
What are the sources? Are they equal in terms of
impact on climate change?
Who are the major players?
What are the start-up opportunities?
What is the potential growth for the industry?
Where are the opportunities?
What are the potential legal issues related to waste management and IP concerns on new innovations?
What are the financial aspects?
Which companies and VCs are investing? Why?

Wine and appetizers will be served.

Where:
K&L Gates
4 Embarcadero Center, Suite 1200
San Francisco
CA 94111-5994

When:
Tuesday, May 7th
From 6:00 pm - to 9:00 pm

6:00 - 7:00pm:
Registration and Networking
7:00 - 8:00pm:
Panel discussion
8:00 - 9:00pm:
Networking

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