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Who Should Attend?


7 Reasons Why You Should Attend This Event

You'll Join nearly 800+ Professionals Focused on Biomass
Be a part of the largest gathering of biomass professionals in the world. The best biomass industry products and services will be there.
Producers Will Be Attending
25% of 2020 attendees identify themselves as an existing or future biomass producer of power or fuel. You’ll get the perspective of biomass producers and network with them throughout the event.
Business Connections
Based on our surveys, attendees connect with the right people and make business deals happen. 95% of exhibitors rated the quality of leads as positive and 92% said they’d return.
Focused Sessions
With four comprehensive tracks focused on Pellets & Densified Biomass, Biomass Power & Thermal, Biogas & Waste-to-Energy and Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals, you’ll be able to go in-depth on the topics that best interest you.
Multiple Networking Sessions
As an attendee, you’ll meet people and share your experience, product and/or service multiple times throughout the show, during evening receptions, breaks in the Expo and after hours events.
Food & Drink are Included
As an attendee of the conference, you’ll enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in the Expo.
Conference Media Site and Presentations
You’ll gain access to attendees and be able to download conference presentations on Biomass Connect, a social media site exclusive to conference attendees.

Who Should Attend?

The International Biomass Conference & Expo unites current and future producers of biomass-derived power, fuels and chemicals with waste generators, energy crop growers, municipal leaders, utility executives, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, project developers, investors and policy makers. The event fosters public and private partnerships that help bioenergy producers and large-scale waste generators identify and assess available production resources and viable technology solutions for improving operational efficiencies and reducing industrial greenhouse gas emissions. Volatile energy costs, mounting climate change concerns and the anticipation of federal carbon cap-and-trade policies are compelling waste generators to think differently – much differently – about waste liabilities and, in some cases, the rising value of already valuable process side streams.

At the International Biomass Conference & Expo, you'll network with:

  • Existing and future bioenergy, and bioproduct producers
  • Economic development, finance and lending professionals
  • Scientists, academics and researchers
  • Public works directors
  • Waste/wastewater facility managers
  • Commercial food and beverage processors
  • Managers of institutional food waste
  • Animal processing facility managers
  • Growers and cooperative board members
  • Crop technology experts
  • Livestock and poultry owner/operators
  • Forestry managers
  • Wood waste handlers
  • Saw mill operators
  • Pulp and paper manufacturing managers
  • Logging operation operators
  • Wood processing operators
  • Pelleting operations managers
  • Utility executives and managers
  • Power, distributed power and district energy executives and managers
  • Suppliers, technology service providers
  • Equipment manufacturers
  • And more!

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