Join Our Media Network and play an important role in developing the renewable energy industry

The deadline for the EU 2020 target of 20% renewable energy usage is fast approaching and as a result more and more heads are turning to biomass. The dissemination of the latest biomass technology, trends and policies is crucial to Europe and the rest of the world reaching its targets. That is why the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition invites you to Hamburg for the 22nd edition. You will have the opportunity to access the latest biomass and bioenergy information and to meet the key players of the global biomass community.

Join Our Media Network


Play an important role in developing the renewable energy industry

The deadline for the EU 2020 target of 20% renewable energy usage is fast approaching and as a result more and more heads are turning to biomass. The dissemination of the latest biomass technology, trends and policies is crucial to Europe and the rest of the world reaching its targets.

That is why the European Biomass Conference and Exhibition invites you to Hamburg for the 22nd edition. You will have the opportunity to access the latest biomass and bioenergy information and to meet the key players of the global biomass community.

By reporting on the 22nd European Biomass Conference and Exhibition you will be encouraging the breakdown of this important information and hence you will be paving the way for further developments.

What can journalists expect?

The annual meeting is focusing on demonstrable science, policy and industry trends. This year we have received 880 contributions to the conference from 62 countries, thus we expect to attract over 1800 delegates.
The Conference Programme is based on the abstracts submitted. A large (140+) international Programme Committee under the Chair of the European Commission's JRC have selected some 250 plenary and oral presentations, and more than 600 visual presentations.
This year there was also a call for industry abstracts and a newly appointed industry committee. Thus you will not only have access to the latest scientific and political developments in bioenergy, but also to the latest advancements in the industry and markets.

Reporting at the EU BC&E

-Free attendance (Conference, Exhibition & Parallel Events)
-EU BC&E Press Conference with Q&A
-Daily official press releases & highlights
-On-site support to organize press activities & relations
-EU BC&E press kit & press guide
-Professional photos, videos and event portfolio -Key support documents (company profiles, previous event highlights, reports & slides)
-Pre-planned & on-site interviews
-Open to collaboration with "science journalism schools"
-Press Centre working room

Remote Coverage

If you want to cover the event and you are unable to attend you can register as press to receive our multimedia coverage (photos, videos, conference highlights and news) of the event.

Participate remotely in the press conference via a live video web stream and catch up on the videos from the event on the EU BC&E YouTube channel.

Get in touch

If you have any questions, please contact Chiara Benetti: pressoffice@etaflorence.it; +39-055-5002280 ext.220. Alternatively, visit our website for more information: www.eubce.com

You can stay up-to-date by following us on Twitter @eubce and on the EU BC&E Facebook page as well.

Also please note that the BE-Sustainable blog can be used as a great source of news and updates in the biomass sector.

Press accreditation at http://www.etaflorence.it/press-accreditation/

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