19th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition

the 19th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition will take place 6-10 June 2011 in Berlin, Germany

26 October 2010 - The 19th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition will take place in Berlin

Germany (Conference: 6-10 June 2011 - Exhibition: 6-9 June 2011). The Technical Programme is
coordinated by the European Commission, DG Joint Research Centre.
For over 30 years now, the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition (European BC&E) has
combined a very renowned international Scientific Conference with an Industry Exhibition. Since
2007 the Conference and Exhibition takes place every year. The European BC&E is held at different
venues throughout Europe and ranks on top of the world's leading events in the Biomass sector.
This event is supported by European and international organisations such as the European
Commission, UNESCO - United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Natural
Sciences Sector, WCRE - the World Council for Renewable Energy, EUBIA - the European Biomass
Industry Association.
The 19th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition is realized in Germany by WIP-Renewable
Energies with the international support of ETA-Florence Renewable Energies and the scientific
support of the European Commission, DG Joint Research Centre.
We look forward to welcoming the global scientific and industrial Biomass community in June 2011 in
Berlin, Germany.
Press Office of the 19th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition
Catherina Bernaschina, e-mail: catherina.bernaschina@etaflorence.it
Tel. : +39 055 5002280
For information on the Conference and Exhibition please contact the Press Office
or visit
http://www.conference-biomass.com
http://www.exhibition-biomass.com

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