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Sunday, March 23

4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Speaker Resource Center Open
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm Conference Registration Open
WA3/WA4 Lobby

Monday, March 24

7:00 am - 6:30 pm Conference Registration Open
WA3/WA4 Lobby
7:00 am - 6:30 pm Speaker Resource Center Open
7:30 am - 8:30 am Breakfast
For Pellet Supply Chain Summit and Bioenergy Project Development Seminar attendees
W304 Lobby
8:00 am - 3:00 pm Shingle Creek Golf Outing -Shot Gun Start
Buses depart from Rosen Centre Hotel Lobby and Rosen Plaza Hotel Lobby at 7:15 am
8:30 am - 5:00 pm Pellet Supply Chain Summit - Co-located Event
W311 A-C
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8:30 am - 5:00 pm Bioenergy Project Development Seminar - Co-located Event
W311 E-G
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5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Expo Grand Opening & Welcome Reception
Poster Sessions Begin
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Tuesday, March 25

7:00 am - 6:30 pm Speaker Resource Center Open
7:00 am - 6:30 pm Conference Registration Open
WA3/WA4 Lobby
7:30 am - 8:30 am Breakfast
W304 Lobby
8:30 am - 11:00 am General Session
8:30 am - 8:45 am Welcome
Tim Portz, Executive Editor, Biomass Magazine
8:45 am - 9:00 am Industry Awards: Groundbreaker of the Year & Excellence in Bioenergy
9:00 am - 11:00 am General Session
The State of the Industry: Conversations with Association Leaders
  • Moderator: Tim Portz, Executive Editor, Biomass Magazine
  • Joseph Seymour, Executive Director, Biomass Thermal Energy Council
  • Seth Ginther, Executive Director, U.S. Industrial Pellet Association
  • Jennifer Hedrick, Executive Director, Pellet Fuels Institute
  • Bob Cleaves, President & CEO, Biomass Power Association
  • Patrick Serfass, Executive Director, American Biogas Council
  • Michael McAdams, President, Advanced Biofuels Association
  • Todd Taylor, Board Member, Algae Biomass Organization
11:00 am - 6:30 pm Expo Open
11:00 am - 1:30 pm
Dedicated Expo Time
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Lunch in the Expo
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Concurrent Sessions
Track 1: Pellets & Densified Biomass
How New Discoveries in Pellet Production Emissions are Driving Change in Plant Design, Permitting and Operation
  • Moderator: Tim Portz, Executive Editor, Biomass Magazine
  • Brad James, Managing Consultant, Trinity Consultants
    Pellet Mill Design Regulated by Air Regulations
  • Karl-Heinz Schulz, COO & EVP Business Development, Seeger Green Energy
    Optimized Integration of the Different Drying Technologies with regard to Economical and Ecological Requirements
  • Justin Price, Principal, Evergreen Engineering Inc.
    First Things First: Engineering a Financial Success
  • Rodney Pennington, Vice President, Key Accounts, NESTEC
    Pellet Plant - ZERO Fuel - Air Emission Control
Track 2: Biomass Power & Thermal
The Technological Advances Stoking the Viability of Increased Biomass Cofiring
  • Moderator: Elliott Levine, U.S. DOE, Bioenergy Technologies Office
  • Ezra Bar-Ziv, Professor, Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics, Michigan Technological University
    Firing Biocoal in Boardman Power Plant
  • Jayant Khambekar, Senior Project Engineer, Jenike & Johanson Inc.
    Cofiring Biomass: Material Handling Considerations
  • Robert Morrow, Senior Technical Manager, Detroit Stoker Company
    Co-Firing Applications with Grate Fired Technologies
  • Richard Boardman, Manager, Advance Process & Decision Systems, Idaho National Laboratory
    Logistics, Costs, and GHG Impacts of Utility-Scale Cofiring with 20% Biomass
Track 3: Biogas & Landfill Gas
W311 A-C
Making it Work: How Digester Designs Evolve to Meet Unique Operating Conditions
  • Moderator: Ermanno Santilli, CEO, MagneGas Corporation
  • Wayne Brown, Vice President, North American Operations, Gicon Engineering North America GmbH
    Structural and Energetic Changes to Organic Waste Associated with Treatment in a High-Solids Anaerobic Digestion Facility and Suitability for Further Aerobic Composting
  • Carmen Trandafirescu, Project Manager, OGIN Biogas Technology
    Dry Methanisation: The Productive and Efficient Way of Digestion
  • Hani Al-koli, GIS Department Manager, Sana'a Water and Sanitation Local Corp. (SWSLC), Yemen
    Anaerobic Treatment for Sana'a Wastewater using UASB Reactor Pilot Plant
  • Jagannadh Satyavolu, Theme Leader, Biomass and Biofuels, Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research, University of Louisville
    Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Project to Reduce Green House Gas (GHG) Emissions at University of Louisville
Track 4: Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals
W311 E-G
O Pioneers: A Close Look at the Early Settlements on the Frontier of Advanced Biofuels and Biochemicals
  • Moderator: Douglas Machon, Director, Business Development, NAES Corporation
  • Christopher Standlee, Executive Vice President, Abengoa Bioenergy
    Abengoa's Advanced Biofuel Story
  • Tim Cesarek, Senior Vice President, Business Development, Enerkem Inc.
    Converting Residual Biomass into Biofuels and Renewable Chemicals: A Commercial Reality in Edmonton, Canada
  • Albert Hartmair, Business Development Manager, Feedstock Supply & Logistics, Clariant Produckte (Deutchland) Gmbh
    Cellulosic Ethanol: Using New Biomass Sources for Commercial Scale Production of Advanced Biofuels
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Refreshment Break in the Expo
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Concurrent Sessions
Track 1: Pellets & Densified Biomass
Technical Approaches Being Pursued to Make the Production of Pellets from Non-Woody Biomass More Viable
  • Moderator: Mark Robinson, Director of Research & Mapping, Energy Florida
  • Shyam Thapa, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Arkansas State University
    Densified Biofuel Pellets Produced from Agricultural By-Products
  • Sunil Thapa, Graduate Research Student, Biology, Eastern Illinois University
    Strength and Energy Characteristics of Densified Miscanthus Straw Pretreated with the White-Rot Fungus Trametes versicolor
  • Robert Heimann, Principal Engineer, Enginuity WorldWide
    Novel Non-Woody Conversion Method Deploying Low Energy Roasting to Produce a Weatherable / High BTU Power Cube
Track 2: Biomass Power & Thermal
Dialing It In: Boiler Set Ups and Control Mechanisms that Yield Maximum Efficiency
  • Moderator: Bill Johnson, President, Biomass Consulting Services
  • Bruce Coffee, Chief Engineer, Hurst Boiler & Welding Co. Inc.
    Three Ways to Optimize Solid Fuel Efficiency
  • Kevin Toupin, Director, Boiler Equipment & Design, Babcock Power Inc.
    Fuel Flexibility with Advanced Stoker Technology
  • Mike Ward, Business Manager, Energy & Environmental Service, Valmet Inc.
    BFB Conversion and Biomass Lessons Learned
Track 3: Biogas & Landfill Gas
W311 A-C
How Municipalities are Deploying Anaerobic Digestion to Capture the Energy in Organic Waste Streams
  • Moderator: Gene Jones, CEO, Southern Waste Information eXchange Inc. (SWIX)
  • Derick Dahlen, President & CEO, Avant Energy Inc.
    Creating Value: An Innovative Approach to Producing On-Peak Power from Waste
  • Alex MacFarlane, Vice President of Project Development, Harvest Power
    A Holistic Approach to Organics Co-Digestion: Harvest Power Orlando Facility at Reedy Creek Improvement District WWTP
  • Shane Chrapko, CEO, Himark bioGas
    North America’s First Integrated BioRefinery Utilizing 73,000 Tons /Year of Metro Edmonton Municipal Solid Waste to Produce Green Power
  • Morten Jacobsen, Senior Project Manager, Renew Energy A/S
    Waste to Energy and Valuable By Products: A Complete Solution
Track 4: Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals
W311 E-G
Emerging Harvest, Supply Chain and Feedstock Practices in the Dawn of Advanced Biofuel Commercialization
  • Moderator: Don McCabe, Vice President, Ontario Corn Producers Association
  • Glenn Farris, Marketing Manager, Biomass, AGCO Corporation
    The Harvesting Solution: More than 500,000 Tons Baled and the Plan that will Deliver 1 Million Annually
  • Kevin Kenney, Director, Biomass Feedstock National User Facility, Idaho National Laboratory
    Biomass Feedstock Least-Cost Formulation
  • Kyle Althoff, President, Equinox LLC
    Strategic Components for Project Development of Biomass Supply Chains
  • Sam Jackson, Vice President, Business Development, Genera Energy Inc.
    Building Successful Feedstock Logistical Systems
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm Networking Reception in the Expo
Poster Sessions Open
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Wednesday, March 26

7:00 am – 5:00 pm Speaker Resource Center Open
7:00 am – 3:30 pm Conference Registration Open
WA3/WA4 Lobby
7:30 am - 8:30 am Breakfast in the Expo
7:30 am - 1:30 pm Expo Open
8:30 am - 10:00 am Concurrent Sessions
Track 1: Pellets & Densified Biomass
Baskets of Opportunity: Strategies and Feedstock Resources Worth Pursuing to Ensure Future Biomass Demands are Met
  • Moderator: Kolby Hoagland, Data & Content Manager, BBI International
  • Mike Baughman, Executive Director, Lincoln County Regional Development Authority
    Feedstock Security: The Million Acre Pinyon-Juniper Option in Eastern Nevada
  • Dean McCraw, President, McCraw Energy LLC
    Reading Between the Tree Rows Continues
  • Jeff Wright, Manager, Sales & Product Development, ArborGen Inc.
    Bio-Energy Forest Plantations for the Southeastern United States
  • Amnon Ronen, CEO, Galiltec SA
    Dedicated Energy Crop Solutions with Arundo Donax & Eucalyptus
Track 2: Biomass Power & Thermal
The Biomass Waltz: How Downstream Demand Drives Upstream Feedstock and Feedstock Collection Developments and Vice Versa
  • Moderator: Tim Portz, Executive Editor, Biomass Magazine
  • Eric Rund, CEO, Green Flame Energy – Division of Rund Farms
    Practical Multi-Fuel Biomass Boilers Key To Local Biomass Markets
  • Scott Weishaar, Biomass Collection & Logistics, Vermeer Corporation
    Biomass Solution from Field to Boiler
  • Jon Baker, Operations & Wood Procurement Manager, Cousineau Forest Products
    Feedstock Procurement for Small and Large Biomass Boilers
Track 3: Biogas & Landfill Gas
W311 A-C
Technologies and Systems Enabling the Efficient Digestion of Abundant Food and Brewery Waste Streams
  • Moderator: David Minott, President & Principal Consultant, Arc5 Environmental Consulting LLC
  • Mel Kurtz, President, quasar energy group
    Food Recovery and Recycling
  • Jeff VanVoorhis, Senior Project Manager, Symbiont
    Regional Waste-to-Energy: A Solution to Environmental Challenges
  • Laetitia d'Ursel, Business Development, Waterleau
    Proven Innovative Anaerobic Digestion Solutions: Real Cases for Biomass, Food Waste and Wastewater
  • Kyle Goehring, Regional Sales Manager, EISENMANN Corporation
    Driving Organic Waste Processing Innovations with Anaerobic Digestion
  • Nina Kshetry, Project Manager, UEM Inc.
    Advancing Small Scale Digesters
Track 4: Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals
W311 E-G
First Steps First: Understanding the Impact Biomass Storage and Pretreatment Can Have on Yield
  • Moderator/Presenter: Bruce Pratt, Director, CRAFT Program, Eastern Kentucky University
    Comparison of Storage Methods of Switchgrass on Fermentable Sugars Yields
  • Barry Wortzman, Vice President, Business Development, GreenField Specialty Alcohols Inc.
    Pretreatment: The Achilles Heel to Commercializing Cellulosic Ethanol
  • Richard Phillips, Professor of Forest Biomaterials, North Carolina State University - Raleigh
    Autohydrolysis: A Simple, Low Capital, Financeable Bioethanol Process using Proven Process Equipment and Technology
  • Clay Dye, Project Manager, Genera Energy Inc.
    Safe and Efficient Feedstock Handling and Preprocessing
  • Débora Fonseca, Post Doctoral Researcher, Laboratory of Biological Processes, Hydraulics Engineering and Sanitation, University of Sao Paulo
    Transcripts Levels of Xylose Reductase, Xylitol Dehydrogenase, D- Xylulokinase and Alcohol Dehydrogenase Genes associated to Fermentation of Pentoses from Different Hemicellulosic Sources by Scheffersomyces (Pichia) stipitis
10:00 am - 10:30 am Refreshment Break in the Expo
10:30 am - Noon Concurrent Sessions
Bonus Panel:
International Colloquium I: Biomass Utilization Around the World
W300 Lecture Hall
  • Moderator: Richard Weiner, Chair, Energy Law Department, & Vice President, Fredrikson & Byron P.A.
  • Carlos Molina, President, GROSS LLC
    Biomass Power Generation in Mexico
  • Carl Kukkonen, CEO, VIASPACE
    12 MW Biomass Power Plant and Dedicated Energy Crop Plantation in Nicaragua
  • Paulo Seleghim Jr., Professor, University of Sao Paulo
    Multi-Objective Optimization of an Industrial Process of Biomass Conversion into Energy Vectors: A Case Study of Sugarcane to Ethanol and Electricity
  • Jorge Sanchez Diaz, Founder & CEO, Ecobamboo S.A.
    Bamboo, R+D for a New Technology of the Oldest Biomass
Track 1: Pellets & Densified Biomass
Market Development Strategies for the Domestic Pellet Heating Market that are being Deployed Successfully
  • Moderator: Kolby Hoagland, Program & Data Manager, BBI International
  • Jonathan Kahn, President & CEO, Geneva Wood Fuels
    Wood Pellets for Residential and Light Commercial Use: Challenges and Opportunities for Producers - One Ton at a Time
  • William Strauss, President, FutureMetrics
    Success in the Domestic Heating Pellet Market: The Story of Maine Energy Systems
  • John Bonitz, Renewable Energy Manager - Biomass Specialist, Southern Alliance for Clean Energy
    Market Differentiation via Sustainability
Track 2: Biomass Power & Thermal
The Clean Energy Trifecta that is Small-Scale, Biomass Fueled, Combined Heat and Power Facilities
  • Moderator: Jordan Solomon, President, Ecostrat
  • Richard Fosgitt, Engineering & Technology, Cirque Energy Inc.
    Gasification for Combined Heat and Power Renewable Energy
  • Simone Passera, Sales Engineer & Business Developer, Turboden S.r.l.
    Maximizing Energy Utilization from Biomass Residues with Organic Rankine Cycle Technology for CHP
  • Frank Binkiewicz, Manager, Power Generation Sales, Valmet Inc.
    Pre-Engineered and Modularized CHP Plants
  • Robert Emrich, Vice President, Sales, ElectraTherm Inc.
    Generating Renewable Energy from Small-Scale Biomass: Case Studies
Track 3: Biogas & Landfill Gas
W311 A-C
Surveying the Momentum in Transportation Fuel Markets for Biogas Producers
  • Moderator: Tim Franta, Space to Energy Regional Innovation Center, Energy Florida
  • Heather Cavanagh, Senior Project Manager, Cornerstone Environmental Group LLC
    Biogas to CNG: Why Now?
  • Will Overly, Manager, Carbon Projects, Blue Source USA
    RINs: Filling the Environmental Attribute Value Void
  • Robert Kwartin, Vice President, ICF International
    RECs and RINs: Exploring New Opportunities and Challenges for Biogas Producers in the Electricity and Transportation Markets
Track 4: Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals
W311 E-G
Reviewing the Efforts to Establish Alternative Feedstocks as Significant Contributors to the Bioeconomy
  • Moderator: Jennifer Cooke-Yin, Attorney, Stinson Leonard Street LLP
  • Brad Saville, Professor, University of Toronto, Chemical Engineering and Applied Chemistry
    Ethanol Production from Energy Cane
  • David Ripplinger, Assistant Professor, Agribusiness & Applied Economics, North Dakota State University
    Sweet Developments: Commercialization of Energy Beets in North Dakota
  • Jeffrey Moody, Research Assistant, Utah State University
    Life Cycle Assessment and Techno-Economic Analysis of Wastewater Algae for Electric and Fuel Production
  • Jose Adriano Marini, Researcher, Embrapa Brasil
    Mandiocabas: A New Source of Ethanol in Amazon Forest
Noon - 1:30 pm Lunch in the Expo
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm Concurrent Sessions
Bonus Panel:
International Colloquium II: Biomass Utilization Around the World
W300 Lecture Hall
  • Moderator: Mike Aller, Executive Director, Energy Florida
  • Stergios Vakalis, Ph.D. Candidate, Wood Gas Laboratory, Free University of Bolzen - Bolzano, Italy
    Implementing the ‘GAST’ project: Opportunities and Development of Small-Scale Biomass Gasification in South Tyrol
  • Bengt- Erik Lofgren, CEO, AFAB/IRETI
    Evolution of a Bioeconomy Leader
  • Femi Seun Akinrinola, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Leeds
    Assessing the Prospect of Torrefaction in Nigeria
  • Harpreet Kambo, Graduate Research Assistant, University of Guelph
    Hydrothermal Carbonisation and Its Effect of Operating Conditions on Physicochemical Properties of Biomass
1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Concurrent Sessions
Track 1: Pellets & Densified Biomass
Vital Safety Considerations for Manufacturers, Handlers, and Shippers of Wood Pellets
  • Moderator: Cam McAlpine, President, PRMedia Strategic Communications
  • Mark Fecke, Managing Engineer , Exponent - Failure Analysis Associates
    Combustible Dust Risk Evaluation Made Simple
  • Amy Theis, Director, Risk Management Services, Fauske & Associates 
    Hazard of CO Offgassing from Woody Biomass Storage
  • Jeff Nichols, Managing Partner, Industrial Fire Prevention LLC
    Practical Prevention of Combustible Dust Fires and Explosions in Biomass Industry
Track 2: Biomass Power & Thermal
Taking a Big Swing: How Biomass is Increasingly Being Called Up to the Big Leagues of Heat and Power Generation
  • Moderator: Carrie Annand, Vice President, External Affairs, Biomass Power Association
  • Brent Boyko, Atikokan Station Manager, Ontario Power Generation Inc.
    OPG Atikokan Biomass Conversion
  • Mark Mirabito, Chief Operating Officer, NTE Energy
    A Hybrid Solution: Combining Biomass Combustion with Steam Electric Generating Technologies
  • Kerry Flick, Director of Technology, Valmet Inc.
    Large Scale Biomass Gasification for Heat & Power
  • Valentino Tiangco, Biomass Program Manager, SMUD Sacramento Municipal Utility District
    Biomass to Power: Progress and Opportunities in the SMUD Region
Track 3: Biogas & Landfill Gas
W311 A-C
It’s All About the Money: Getting Anaerobic Digestion Projects Off the Drawing Board and Under Construction
  • Moderator: Mark Yancey, Vice President, BBI Project Development
  • Cory Wendt, Senior Manager, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause LLP
    Financing Biogas Projects: Current Market Status, Participants, and Funding Party Requirements
  • Marco Lemes, Project Manager, Energy Research & Development, SMUD Sacramento Municipal Utility District
    Developing Biogas Projects in the Sacramento County
  • Carmen Trandafirescu, Project Manager, OGIN Biogas Technology
    Financial Aspects of a Biogas Plant
  • Clemens Halene, COO, quasar energy group
    WWTP Digesters, Long Term Contracts, and Modernization of Municipal Infrastructures
Track 4: Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals
W311 E-G
Biological Conversion and Contamination Control Pathways for Advanced Biofuel Production
  • Moderator: Jamey Cline, Business Development Director, Christianson & Associates PLLP
  • Eric Sumner, Global Business Development Manager, DuPont Industrial Biosciences
    Control of Microbial Contamination in Advanced Biomass Conversion
  • Doug Rivers, Director, Research & Development, ICM Inc.
    Commercialization of ICM’s Generation 1.5™ Technology
  • Ayesha Farooq, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Nottingham
    Bioethanol Production from Lignocellulosic Waste by Developing New Yeast Strains
3:00 pm - 3:30 pm Refreshment Break
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Concurrent Sessions
Track 1: Pellets & Densified Biomass
Drop-In Biomass: Using Torrefaction to Produce a Fuel that More Seamlessly Integrates with Coal Combustion Infrastructure
  • Moderator: Anna Simet, Managing Editor, Biomass Magazine
  • Sudhagar Mani, Associate Professor, University of Georgia
    Advanced Densification of Torrefied Biomass
  • Amber Broch, Assistant Research Engineer, Desert Research Institute
    Improved Wood Pellets via Hydrothermal Carbonization (HTC)
  • Andrew Eyer, Process Engineer, Fiber Technologies Division, Andritz Inc.
    Enhanced Biomass Alternatives: A Comparison of Torrefaction and Steam Explosion Technologies
  • Donald Fosnacht, Director, Center for Applied Research & Technical Development, University of Minnesota Duluth
    Manufacture of Moisture Resistant Torriefied Biomass Agglomerates
Track 2: Biomass Power & Thermal
Home Sweet Home: The Perfect Fit that Biomass Thermal Energy is for Rural Communities
  • Moderator: Joseph Seymour, Executive Director, Biomass Thermal Energy Council
  • Chris Koczaja, Vice President, Sales & Engineering, PHG Energy
    Case Study: How a Small Town Converts Waste Problems to Energy Opportunities
  • James Jerue, Chief of Property Management, State of Rhode Island
    Biomass Brings Rural Hospital Budget Neutral Cooling
  • Timothy Baye, Professor, Business Development & Bioenergy Specialist, University of Wisconsin-Extension
    Biogas/Biomass Synergy of Rural Baseload Distributed Generation
Track 3: Biogas & Landfill Gas
W311 A-C
Technological Advances in Digestate Mixing, Gas Analysis and Clean-Up, and Nitrogen Management
  • Moderator: Sue Retka Schill, Senior Editor, BBI International, & Managing Editor, Pellet Mill Magazine
  • Neal Megonnell, Director, Platform Marketing, ATMI
    Development of New Adsorbents for Biogas Upgrading Applications
  • Eilert Balssen, Sales Manager Biogas & Agriculture, Xylem Water Solutions
    Effective Mixing to Reduce Energy Consumption in a Digester
  • William Murphy, Senior Applications Engineer, MKS Instruments
    On Line Analysis of Total Si in Landfill and Digester Gas
  • Andrea Nifong, Technology Specialist, World Water Works
    Incorporating DEMON® for Centrate Treatment: A Case Study of Resource Reduction and Cost Savings
Track 4: Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals
W311 E-G
Pyrolysis as a Waypoint on the Road to Higher Value Fuels and Chemicals
  • Moderator: Brian Davis, North American Coordinator, BioPetrol Ltd.
  • Paul de Wild, Research Scientist, Biomass & Energy Efficiency, Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands
    Libra: A Lignin Biorefinery Approach for Enhanced Profitability
  • Nathaniel Anderson, Research Forester, USDA Forest Service, RMRS
    Empirical Financial Models to Guide Investment in Distributed Scale Forest Biomass Conversion Systems
  • Ali Manesh, President, American Science and Technology
    Two Step Organosolv Process
  • Brian Cooper, Project Manager, Hazen Research Inc.
    Gas Phase Catalysis of Pyrolysis Oil for Fuels and Chemicals
5:00 pmSessions Conclude
6:00 pmWednesday Evening Event - The Backstage Night Club & Sports Bar @ the Rosen Plaza Hotel 
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Thursday, March 27

8:30 am – 12:00 pm Biomass Facility Tours - Tour A: Harvest Power Orlando
Buses depart from Rosen Centre Signature 1 Bus Depot
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8:30 am – 3:00 pm Biomass Facility Tours - Tour B: Viesel Fuel LLC
Buses depart from Rosen Centre Signature 1 Bus Depot
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