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European Biomass to Power

Date: 8th November 2017 - 9th November 2017 Location: Aarhus - Denmark

ACI’s 7th Annual European Biomass to Power will take place in Aarhus, Denmark. Already on the 7th edition the event is building up on the success of its six previous years. The conference will give latest updates on the European biomass markets and its new developments, as well as focusing on sustainability challenges.

Over the two days, the event will give you in-depth look into case studies giving practical examples of planning, finance and technology strategies utilised for biomass cogeneration projects.

Once again, the conference will bring together senior executives from the entire value chain, such as Power Companies, Biomass Producers, Biomass Traders & Distribution Companies, Trade Associations, Renewable Energy Consultancies, EPC Contractors and OEMs, Regional & National Governments, Regulatory & Research Bodies and others. You’re cordially invited to join us in Aarhus for excellent networking opportunities.


European Biomass to Power Conference - Conference Pass (inc. documentation pack)£1,275.00Inclusive of £320 Early Bird Discount, valid only until 28th April
European Biomass to Power Conference - Documentation Package Only£420.00


8th November 2017
9th November 2017
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Samanta Fawcett – Content
+ 44 (0)20 3141 0624
Dimitri Pavlyk – Marketing, Sales & Media Partnerships
+44 (0)203 141 0627
Kristina Gyulavari – Sponsorship
+44 (0) 754 923 2644
Claire Taylor-Payne – Logistics
+ 44 (0)20 3141 0601


Aarhus, Denmark + Google Map

A day prior to the conference, on the 7th of November a limited group of conference attendees will be visiting 2 Dong Energy’s Skaerbaek & Studstrup Power Plants. There is no extra fee to join site visit, however places are limited. Please mention your interest in joining site visit tour when registering to attend the conference. Transport to and from the venues will be provided by ACI.

If you would like to be considered as a speaker for the event with a 30-45 minute presentation, please submit an abstract for consideration to:


Samanta Fawcett

Tel: +44 (0)20 3141 0624

Email: sfawcett@acieu.net

Guido Magneschi, Senior Adviser Capture EMEAGlobal CCS Institute

Juan Prados Edwards, Managing DirectorGenerandi

Radolfo Alonso Ruiz, De Sangüesa Plant ManagerACCIONA ENERGÍA

Johan Mertens, Global Energy Management, Biomass Trader, Engie

Juan M. Martín Sánchez, President, Adex

Michael Corten, CEO, BEE

Carlos Retortillo Perez, Head of BiomassENCE

 Javier Garcia Sedano, CEO, Optimitive

Carsten Søgaard, Sales & Proposal Manager, Burmeister & Wain Energy A/S

Andrew Lang, Vice President, World Bioenergy Association

Richard Sikkema, Postdoc Researcher, European Commission Joint Research Centre

Edze Diemer, Business Developer Biomass & Energy EfficiencyECN

Javier Gil, Director of the Biomass Energy DepartmentCENER

Mohammed Safdar, Director of the Biomass Energy DepartmentAfriren

Sophia Ader, Agent, Renergy UK

Dean Noakes, Business Development Manager, The Centre For Process Innovation (CPI)

Derek Stuart, Product Manager, AMETEK Land

Aalborg Energie Technik (AET Biomass) l AfriRen l AgcoCorp l Ankara University Faculty of Agriculture l AREVA l Arizona Chemical l ATKINS l BDO LLP l BICA International Ltd l Biomass Heating Solutions Limited (bhsl) l Bloomberg New Energy Finance l Bombardier Aerospace l Bronzeoak Group Ltd l Burmeister & Wain Energy A/S l Butamax Advanced Biofuels, LLC l Carbon Rooster l CARBONEX l Christian Doppler Laboratory l CM Biomass Partners A/S l CUTEC-Institut l DECC l Detroit Stoker Company l DIF l DONG Energy l Doosan Power Systems l DP Clean Tech UK Ltd l Drax Power l E.ON New Build & Technology l Eco2 l Ecofys Germany GmbH l EDF Energy l EDF Polska Research & Development l Eggborough Power Station l EGL AG l Emvertec Ltd l EnBW Regional AG l ENEL Ingegneria & Innovazione SPA l Energia Ltd l Energy Environmental Group l Energy Power Resources Limited l Energy Research Center of The Netherlands l Energy Transportation Group, Inc. l ENI l Enviro Srl l Environmental Control System Limited l Enviva l ETH Agrar GmbH l European Environment Agency l Fibrowatt Ltd l FMT l Forest2Market l Gcube Insurance Services, Inc. l GDF Suez l and many more

Power Companies – Biomass Producers – Biomass Traders & Distribution Companies –Trade Associations- Renewable Energy Consultancies – EPC Contractors and OEMs – Regional & National Governments – Regulatory & Research Bodies

BWlogo 400x400 pxAbout Babcock & Wilcox Vølund

Creating a better environment often starts with our technology.

Babcock & Wilcox Vølund is one of the world’s leading clean-tech suppliers of equipment and technologies designed to convert household waste and biomass into thermal energy.

We have delivered more than 500 solutions within waste-to-energy, biomass, and fossil fuels, hereunder – and most recently – the wood chip plant at Skærbæk Power Station in Fredericia.

Founded in 1898 and headquartered in Esbjerg, Denmark, the company is 100% owned by Babcock & Wilcox, USA. Our companies currently employ over 6,000 people worldwide of which over 450 are employed by Babcock & Wilcox Vølund.

Throughout the years, we have continuously developed our range of boilers, grates and firing systems – systems that enable us to solve and fulfil our clients’ needs and expectations regarding plants with optimum energy utilization and reliability under maximum consideration of the environment.




ACI has put together a range of packages to suit your requirements. These range from branding options, to full scale partner solutions and can be tailored to meet your objectives and budgets.

If you are launching a new product or service and wish to gain visibility and brand recognition within your industry, contact us today!

For commercial opportunities, please contact:

Kristina Gyulavari

Tel: +44 754 923 2644

Email: kvari@acieu.net

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