EUBCE 2015 - 23rd European Biomass Conference and Exhibition


The EUBCE is the event in which the members of the bioenergy community can get a broad picture of the situation and trends emerging in today's market.

The Conference provides a high-level scientific programme and parallel events which attract participants from a wide-ranging background: researchers, engineers, technologists, standards organisations, financial institutions, policy makers and decision makers.

This event is supported by European and international organizations. The Technical Programme is coordinated by DG Joint Research Centre of the European Commission.

New Topic 5: Bioenergy in Integrated Energy Systems

Deployment of renewables at a very large scale requires impact-advanced strategies and technologies for energy system integration. Development and demonstration of such solutions should be done in the broad context of the transition to a sustainable energy system, where Bioenergy is accompanied by other renewables and a changing range of conventional energy technologies. 

This Focus Session aims to bring together energy system specialists, experts from the renewable energy sectors and other stakeholders to present and discuss experiences, plans and options for advanced system integration.

Present at the EUBCE Conference - An opportunity for the bioenergy industry

Based on the success and positive feedback regarding the initiative in the past edition of the conference, the EUBCE Executive Committee has decided to set-up a specific Industry dedicated section in the Programme in order to promote the interest and needs of the bioenergy sector and establish a platform to influence the market deployment of new innovative bioenergy technologies while at the same time addressing key policy initiatives.

The aim is to create a balance in the event between the scientific content and the industry contributions to ensure the coverage of the entire bioenergy value chain.

All industry experts and players are invited to contribute and to submit abstracts, propose workshops or events, suggest industry speakers and make constructive recommendations to serve the needs of the bioenergy industry.

This is an opportunity for the bioenergy industry to reinforce the 23rd EUBCE Conference programme!