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6th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power, South Korea, September 14-17, 2015

The 6th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power returns to Seoul this 14-17 September, 2015. Themed "Global Biomass Buyers & Suppliers Meet!" & "Rationalizing Asia's Biomass Demand with Sustainable Global Supply", it will highlight key issues like: Evolvement in FIT & RPS & Demand/Specs for Biomass Imports in North Asia (China, Japan, South Korea); Importers' Perspective on Ensuring Quality, Sustainability & Security of Supply; Viability of Upstream Forestry to Biomass/Pellets Production Investment in South-East Asia; Global Wood Pellets Supply Market Updates & Trends (Australia, USA, Canada, Russia); SE Asia's Wood Pellets & Non-Woody Biomass Supply Outlook (Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam & etc); Development & Export of Palm Derived Biomass (Palm Kernel Shell (PKS), Empty Fruit Bunch (EFB) & etc); Achieving Higher Energy Product - Palm Pellet, Black Pellet, Bio-Coal; Executing Large-Scale Biomass Co-firing & CHP; and Utilization of Biomass in Industrial Power/Cogeneration Plants (Cement, Pulp & Paper, Steel, etc). As a value-add, a workshop on 'Practical Effects of (bio-) mass Procurement Strategies on Downstream Conversion Processes' led by Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands and a Site Visit to KOSPO's Sam-Cheok Green Power Plant, Gang-won (South Korea) are arranged on 14 and 17 September, 2015, respectively.Visit the website or contact Ms Hafizah Adam at <> or Tel: +65 6346 9218 for more information. 04/10/2015

Waste Conversion Technology Conference & Trade Show, Aug 17-19, 2015

The 8th Annual Waste Conversion Technology Conference & Trade Show will be held on August 17-19, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa & Marina in San Diego, California, USA. The conference will provide a forum for informing the public and private sectors of the economic and environmental significance of converting waste materials to alternative fuels such as biodiesel and ethanol as well as renewable electric energy. Attendees will have excellent networking opportunities and a chance to visit with exhibitors to preview the newest advances in alternative fuel production products and services. Conference Registration Fee includes 1 year membership to the Waste Conversion Technology Association. Registration information and the agenda are available at the website. Contact Gene Jones at <> or by voice 800-441-7949 for more information. 03/29/2015

Japan Biomass Power Market, Tokyo, May 19-20, 2015

The Japan Biomass Power Market will be presented in Tokyo this 19-20 May, 2015. Themed "Japan's Biomass Demand is Set to Grow!" key highlights include: Renewal of Japan’s Feed-In Tariff (FIT) Program & Corresponding Growth in Biomass Power Capacity; Biomass Fuel Feedstock in Demand (and Specifications) for the Japanese Markets (Wood Chips, Wood Pellet, Palm Kernel Shells); Evaluating Biomass Supply & Shipping from the International Markets; Development of Domestic Biomass Market (from Forestry, Pulp & Paper Mills, etc)… and more. Visit the website or contact Ms Hafizah Adam at <> or Tel: +65 6346 9218 for more information. 04/10/2015

Waste Conversion Technology Conference & Trade Show, Sep 24-26, 2014

The 7th Annual Waste Conversion Technology Conference & Trade Show (formerly the Waste-to-Fuels Conference) will be held on September 24-26, 2014 at the Westin Downtown Denver, Denver, Colorado, USA. The conference will provide a forum for informing the public and private sectors of the economic and environmental significance of converting waste materials to alternative fuels such as biodiesel and ethanol as well as renewable electric energy. Attendees will have excellent networking opportunities and a chance to visit with exhibitors to preview the newest advances in alternative fuel production products and services. The conference is being presented by the Southern Waste Information eXchange, which is a non-profit organization. There are several registration scholarships still available. If you have an interest in attending the conference please contact Gene Jones at . Registration information and the agenda is also available at the website. 08/21/2013

5th Biomass Pellets Trade & Power, South Korea, September 23-25, 2014

The 5th Biomass Pellets Trade & Powerreturns to Seoul this 23-25 September, 2014 for a discussion on ‘Tapping the Growing Biomass Demand in China, Japan and South Korea.' The conference explores demand growth from the three major Asian economies and huge supply opportunities for biomass pellets producers across Australia, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Philippines, Canada, and the US. The September summit starts with presentations on Korea, Japan, and China’s biomass demand growth prospects, particularly ‘Development of Korea's Biomass Utilization Market & Growth Outlook’ by Mr. Myung-Kyu Lee, President of Korea Wood Pellet Corporation, then followed by Mr. Tony Kawabe, Senior Managing Director, Summit Energy Corporation sharing an overview of ‘FIT, Biomass to Power Development in Japan & Summit Energy’s Itoigawa Biomass Power Station (SMP)’ and session on ‘Development of China’s Biomass Power Generation – Opportunities & Commercial Viability’ by Mr. Li Yonghua, CEO of Anhui Guozhen Biomass Power Generation. Included in the agenda is a vital session on ‘Waste Resources & Biomass Regulations: Imports of Palm Biomass (Solid Refuse Fuel) into Korea for Power Generation Purposes – Key Procedures & Quality Guidelines to Note’. This is to be delivered by senior representative from Ministry of Environment, South Korea, shedding light on the recent amendment by South Korea to allow import of Solid Refuse Fuel into the country. New at this 2014 event are: 1) Session on ‘Dry Bulk Shipping Market & Freight Rates Outlook for Wood Chips & Pellets’ led by Drewry Maritime Services (ASIA) Pte. Ltd; 2) Post Conference Workshop: Doing Business in the Korean Biomass to Power Market; and 3) Site Visit & Guided Tour of KOSEP Co-firing Power Plant at Yeongheung. Contact Ms Hafizah Adam at <
> or Tel: +65 6346 9218 for more information. 07/13/2014 

9th Annual California Bioresources Alliance Symposium, June 3-4, 2014

The University of California, Davis (UC Davis) Extension and the Environmental Protection Agency Region 9 (EPA R9) will co-host the ninth annual California Bioresources Alliance Symposium on June 3 & 4, 2014 at the Buehler Alumni and Visitors Center at UC Davis. The symposium will be geared toward students and researchers who work on organic residuals issues, and sessions will include legislative and policy developments on organic residuals in California, impacts of mandatory recycling and landfill closures, waste-to-energy issues, biogas issues at dairies and wastewater plants and use for vehicle fuel, and use of bioresources to address the drought. Conference attendees will also tour the UC Davis Biogas Energy Project. Further information including on-line registration are available from the UC Davis Extension's website. Special discounts are available for full time students, as well educational credits. 03/12/2014

II European Emission Trading Summit, November 19, 2013

The second edition of the international conference on the topic of functioning of emission allowances trading system: "II European Emission Trading Summit" will be held on November 19, 2013 in Warsaw, Poland. First edition of the event,  which was held in November 2012,  was an undoubted success and has met with appreciation of the sector covered by the EU ETS. During this second edition of the conference, participants will be introduced to the experience of non-European trade in CO2 emissions, especially since this year's edition of the event will be held in exceptional circumstances. Poland is hosting this year's UN Climate Summit COP19, during which key findings in the area of climate policy are negotiated. According to estimates, around 30 thousand visitors from around the world will come to Warsaw in November. The II European Emission Trading Summit will focus on the potential possibility of rebuilding the functioning of the EU ETS, global carbon market prospects, backloading effects to an exchange of emission trading, as well as forecasts for the coming years. When it comes to essential aspects, we will focus on the verification of regulations, registries, mechanisms of international stock exchanges and on the examples of best trading mechanisms. Participants will be representatives of: regulatory institutions and the most important European companies and units functioning in EU ETS system, the high ranking management as well as experienced traders. Participants will discuss, learn and keep updated with the current issues around climate change, carbon and energy. Representatives from following sectors: electricity, heating, refining, coke, limestone, cement, chemical, metallurgical, paper, ceramics, aerospace, sugar, glass (operating in the EU ETS) will benefit from participation in the Summit.  Organizers can be contacted by phone at +48 22 82 77 123. 08/23/2013 

Waste Conversion Technology Conference & Trade Show, Sept 15-17, 2013

The 6th Annual Waste Conversion Technology Conference & Trade Show (formerly the Waste-to-Fuels Conference) will be held on September 15-17, 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Mission Bay Spa & Marina in San Diego, California. The conference will provide a forum for informing the public and private sectors of the economic and environmental significance of converting waste materials to alternative fuels such as biodiesel and ethanol as well as renewable electric energy. Attendees will have excellent networking opportunities and a chance to visit with exhibitors to preview the newest advances in alternative fuel production products and services. The conference is being conducted by the Southern Waste Information eXchange, which is a non-profit organization. There are several registration scholarships still available. If you have an interest in attending the conference please contact Gene Jones at . Registration information and the agenda is also available at the website. 08/21/2013

8th Annual California Bioresources Alliance Symposium, September 18-19, 2013

The eighth annual California Bioresources Alliance Symposium will be held on September 18-19, 2013 from 9 a.m.- 5 p.m.at the Cal/EPA Building, 1001 I Street, Sacramento. The theme of the event is "A Call to Action" and will focus on recent California legislation addressing bioresources and the Bioenergy Action Plan, as well as ways to address biogas challenges faced by dairies, wastewater plants, and forestry products residuals handlers, facility siting issues, and use of bioresources for mine reclamation. Intended for all those involved with organic residuals, the symposium brings together industry professionals, municipalities, regulators, legislators, state and federal agencies, researchers, financers, and other stakeholders. Conference attendees will also tour the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District’s Biosolids Recycling Facility. Each year, the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant processes 26,000 dry tons of biosolids, 30 percent of which is beneficially recycled at the BRF. The site visit will highlight how the BRF fits into California’s regulatory history, and will also feature a tour of the fats, oils and grease subsystem. The two day event is co-hosted by University of California (UC) Davis Extension and the US Environmental Protection Agency, Region 9. Sponsors are most welcome and four levels are available, ranging from $250 to $1,500. As always, sponsorships come with benefits. Contact Magy Hoyer at <> or (530) 754-8508 for more information on becoming a sponsor, or if you have any other questions about the Symposium. 03/17/2013 An updated agenda has just been released. 09/02/2013 Update: Presentations from the Symposium held earlier this month are now available online. 09/26/2013

Biomass Pellets Trade & Power Summit, September 09-12, 2013

CMT’s Biomass Pellets Trade & Power Summit, put together with support from Premium Sponsor Pellet Association Malaysia (PAM) and Agensi Inovasi Malaysia (AIM), in Seoul, on the 09-12 September, will set the stage for deep analysis of the ground realities in pellet trade patterns, feedstock uncertainties, sourcing strategy, sustainability initiatives, and pricing dynamics in the North East Asian biomass value chain. Asian biomass markets are witnessing profound shifts in trade and feedstock sourcing with South Korea and Japan setting the pace for China, Thailand, Indonesia, and Malaysia. The Korean RPS (Renewable Portfolio Standard) and the Japanese feed-in tariffs (FiTs) for biomass have been important enablers of biomass trade in the region. Despite the potential, the Asian biomass market still face an uncertain future due to diverse challenges in cultivation, sub optimal pellet capacities, price volatilities, and cross border trade shifts. Korean and Japan’s demand for bioenergy depends on competitive sourcing of pellets from global sources. Moving forward, global and regional Asian pellet suppliers will have to invent novel supply models to remain competitive. Among the panelists are Chang Joo Ok, President & CEO of Korea East-West Power Co., delivering the keynote address and Timothy Ong, interim Chairman of Pellet Association Malaysia (PAM) speaking on the new initiatives in Malaysian biomass trade. Addressing Biomass pellet trade and development of wood pellets market trends is Prof. Gyu-Seong Han from Chungbuk National University (Forest Product Marketing Center), while global trade dynamics end is covered by Nick Tsirigotis of EDF Trading. Sharing DONG Energy’s experiences in conversion of coal to wood pellets fired power plant is Jens Price Wolf and elaborating on sustainable supply strategies will be Matt Bovelander of Indufor Asia Pacific Ltd. An inside perspective on going biomass-based power generation projects from South Korea's top power utilities, Korea Southern Power (KOSPO), Korea East-West Power (EWP), Korea South-East Power (KOSEP), Korea Western Power (KOWEPO) and Korea Midland Power (KOMIPO) allows for a rare opportunity to assess the emerging scenario. The modalities of intra-regional alliance models will be explored by JP Jaepil Song, Eco-Frontier while Philippines project status update will be provided by Michael Paik, EnerOne, Inc. Bas Melssen from Agensi Inovasi Malaysia will present an overview of Malaysia's National Biomass Strategy 2020, International biomass pellet trade shifts will be addressed by Todd G. Bush, Green Circle Bio Energy Inc., and the Russian wood pellet market by Dr. Olga Rakitova, The National Bioenergy Union, Russia.

Location: Conrad Seoul, Seoul, South Korea
Contact: Ms Hafizah Adam
Tel: +65 6346 9218
URL:  http://www.cmtevents.com/main.aspx?ev=130929&pu=222848

2nd Annual Waste Conversion Congress West Coast - November 28-29, 2012

This year's Waste Conversion Congress West Coast is being held on November 28-29, 2012 at the Renaissance Hotel in Long Beach, California. The two day forum is designed to facilitate collaboration between leaders in finance, regulations, and operations to discuss the challenges still facing the waste conversion industry and strategies for achieving the greatest success. The long list of expert speakers include representatives from both industry and government. The congress offers great reasons why you must attend: 1) Everything you need to know about delivering a successful waste conversion project in one place; 2) Guaranteed municipalities attending who are looking for conversion technology solutions; 3) Meet the people that can finance your projects in the long term; and 4) Best Mix of stakeholders from the supply chain to form those partnerships which are crucial in moving forward successfully. Registration is available online with three different options available for attendance. Early Bird Savings are being offered if you register by August 31, 2012. 08/28/2012

SoCal Waste Management Forum Annual Conference & Exhibit, Nov 7, 2012

The Southern California Waste Management Forum (SCWMF or "The Forum") will hold its Annual Conference & Exhibit on Wednesday, November 7, 2012, at the Sheraton Fairplex Hotel and Conference Center in Pomona, California. The theme of this year's conference is "Taking Care of Business with a Green Wallet" and covers the key issues of sustainability, composting, conversion technologies, product stewardship, and debris management. Opening the Conference, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company's Sustainability Coordinator Cheri Chastain will get us all in the mood with "Brewing a Successful Sustainable Business."

Two morning sessions will present parallel dialogues designed to cover the field of resource recovery. Mike Mohajer will moderate Composting discussions to kick off Track 1, followed by Traecey Anthony's speaker team to catch us up on the current status of Conversion Technologies. Moderating the first half of Track 2 will be Hans Kernkamp, General Manager and Chief Engineer of the Riverside County Waste Management Department, for an exploration of Debris Management. In Track 2's second session, resource recovery and recycling specialist Cynthia Vant Hul will manage a team of speakers to provide an update on Product Stewardship.

A catered lunch will find us all informed and entertained by Lee Silber … his website self-description: "Despite the stereotype, not all surfers are dumb. In fact, many are very successful—you can include Lee Silber in that group. He went from owning a surf shop and surfing every day to become a best-selling author and trainer . . . and surfing every day."

After lunch, The Forum has planned a round table session entitled “AB 341’s MCR – Lessons Learned.” The Session will have seven panelists including Howard Levenson, CalRecycle; Paul Alva, Los Angeles County; Howard Morris, City of Pomona; Ron Saldana, Los Angeles County Disposal Association; Jim McCarthy, Condominium Management Services; Suzanne Passantino, Republic Services; and Michael Theroux, Teru Talk. Teru will discuss our position on implementing AB 341's Mandatory Commercial Recycling programs.

Anyone interested in exhibiting their products or services or in some other way supporting the conference should complete the fill-in forms and send them by email toor by fax to (951) 277-4498. Forms for Registration, Exhibitor, Conference Sponsor, and Scholarship Sponsor are available online. If you have any questions, contact The Forum's office in Yorba Linda at (714) 866-9988. 07/29/2012

7th Annual California Bioresources Alliance Symposium, September 11-12, 2012

Co-sponsors University of California (UC) Davis Extension and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have jointly announced that on-line registration has opened for the California Bioresources Alliance (CBA) Symposium. This year's timely topic is "Renewable Energy from Organic Residuals." The workshop-format symposium is scheduled for all day Wednesday and Thursday, September 11 and 12, 2012 in the California EPA building, downtown Sacramento. Registration includes a two-destination field trip during the afternoon of the second day to the high-solids anaerobic digestion facilities of Clean World Partners to the north and south of the city. The EPA notes that nationally, organic materials compose two-thirds of the solid waste stream, the largest component. The symposium will focus on how to evaluate what waste conversion systems are most effective, and where organic waste conversion can be best integrated for production of biogas from biosolids, green wastes, food processing residuals, food wastes including Fats-Oils & Grease (FOG), manure and other animal wastes. An early look at the draft agenda shows that California Department of Food and Agriculture Secretary Karen Ross will provide the keynote. Session 1 will address Bioresources Policy and Institutional Issues with speakers from Air, Water and Energy boards and commissions. A review of the Economics of Digesters fills Session 2, while Alternatives for the Future and for Today get coverage in Sessions 3 and 4. Wednesday morning starts with a packed Session 5 addressing conversion of Urban Residuals to Power and Fuel, to be followed by CalFire and Tahoe Basin representatives in discussion of Forestry products and fire ravaged lands reclamation. The Field trip wraps the after-lunch agenda. The fee for the symposium is $175.00 and registration can be completed online. Enroll in section 122NAT630. Contact Region 9 EPA's Lauren Fondahl ator at (415) 972-3514 for more information. 07/27/2012.

08/25/2012 Update: See Teru's Focus Report on "Renewable Energy from Organic Residuals, Interview: Neil Black, President of California Bioenergy."

08/28/2012 Update: Agenda for the Symposium is now finalized.

National Biodiesel Conference & Expo 2012, February 5-8, 2012
The conference will be held at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, Orlando, Florida. The first Sustainability Symposium on Biodiesel is February 8th, the last day of the Conference. 01/20/2012

The Waste Conversion Congress - West Coast, December 6-7, 2011

The Waste Conversion Congress - West Coast is the fourth in a global series of waste-focused events and will be held in San Jose, California on December 6 and 7, 2011. The West Coast forum has been designed as a roadmap to planning, funding, permitting, designing, building and operating a profitable waste conversion project. The two day event is specifically structured to facilitate personal meetings with investors, technology developers, waste management executives, and public officials. The roadmap agenda is organized in sections with presentations by technical, financial, and governmental experts in the waste conversion arena, numerous case studies, and panel sessions. The first day sections include presentations on financing, permitting and regulation, and waste conversion - a commercial, scalable opportunity. The sections scheduled for the second day are a two part waste conversion technology showcase and a section on community perception and public consultation. The second day also includes an exclusive workshop on "Anaerobic Digestion under the Microscope." A round table discussion with everyone in attendance will take place following the workshop. You can still register online or by telephone at 1 (800) 814- 3459 ext 7185 or +44 (0) 207 375-7185. 11/11/2011


2011 Global Clean Energy Congress & Exhibition, November 1-3, 2011

he Global Clean Energy Congress & Exhibition is scheduled for November 1-3, 2011 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. The Congress is the inaugural event dedicated to providing a platform for companies and innovators to showcase unique, cutting edge, sustainable technologies. It will provide a global platform to demonstrate, discuss and debate global clean energy strategies, policies and technologies, and will encompass a comprehensive Conference, Exhibition, workshops and networking opportunities. The event begins on Monday, October 31st with workshops dedicated to clean energy innovation, including principles of carbon capture and storage, life cycle assessment of energy systems, and environmental issues for the energy sector. The conference and exhibition kicks off on Tuesday, November 1st with the opening ceremony and discussion of the new technologies that are leading the clean energy revolution. Wednesday, November 2nd encompasses the application of technology in the field, and includes presentations and  technology demonstrations. The last day of the event focuses on integration of the tools and strategies to move forward in the clean energy industry. Networking opportunities with visitors, exhibitors and conference delegates will be available throughout event. Pricing is available for one day or the full conference, and you can register online. 10/12/2011


SARTA's Sacramento Clean Tech Showcase, October 24, 2011

The Sacramento Area Regional Technology Alliance (SARTA) CleanStart initiative will host an informal webinar on advanced biofuels and the Greenwise Sacramento program's “Million Gallon Challenge” on September 20, 2011 starting at 11:00 am PDT. California's Sacramento region is developing a public/private buying cooperative for significant volumes of advanced biofuels, spurring commercialization and encouraging the development of a local biofuels industry, starting with a million gallons per year and increasing to a million gallons per month. Michael Theroux (Teru) will present in the webinar, along with Tim Taylor of the Sacramento Metropolitan Air Quality Management District and Gary Simon, Director of CleanStart. There will be sides and a short panel discussion followed by an opportunity for questions and answers. This topic will be one of several that will be covered in depth at the upcoming Sacramento Clean Tech Showcase October 24, 2011 on the campus of Sacramento State University, where Teru will participate as a panel member. Mark your calendars; webinar participation information will be posted here soon. You can register online in advance for the webinar. 08/10/2011


CHP2011 Conference and Trade Show Scheduled for October 17-19, 2011

2011CHP Combined Heat and Power Conference and Trade ShowCHP2011 is the only nationwide conference and trade show dedicated solely to combined heat and power (CHP), cogeneration, tri-generation, and waste heat recovery. The event will offer unparalleled education, business development, and networking opportunities for industry professionals, energy efficiency advocates, policymakers and staff, and prospective CHP adopters. CHP2011 will include two workshops, keynote speakers, plenary and breakout sessions on various topics, exhibits by top manufacturers and service providers, tours of local CHP facilities, and an awards luncheon.Exhibit and sponsorship opportunities are available.The event will be held October 17-19, 2011 in Houston, Texas at the Westin Galleria Hotel. Early bird pricing has been extended through September 16, 2011. Visit www.CHPCon2011.com for more information. 08/21/2011


California Biomass Collaborative’s 8th Annual Forum, April 5-6, 2011

The California Biomass Collaborative (CBC) has announced the agenda for their 8th annual Forum at the University of California (UC Davis) Conference Center on April 5-6, 2011. This year’s CBC event is presented and managed as part of the broader UC Energy Week 2011, which will run from April 4th through the 7th. Day One of the Forum is dedicated to Forest Biomass and Energy Production with presentations ranging from regulations to environmental quality and carbon balance issues. The US Forest Service will provide an assessment of resources; bioenergy industry guru Greg Morris will moderate a session on the state Bioenergy Action Plan and federal EPA regulations and policies impacting biomass use. The session closes with User’s Perspectives and an extended Q&A session. Day Two tackles “Using Urban-Derived Biomass”, and Teru will avidly follow the balanced international, national and California pro and con perspectives to be presented. Particular attention will be focused on post-recycling residuals conversion with presentation of Los Angeles County’s conversion technology development efforts and of Plasco Energy Group’s approach. A later session targets food waste conversion; Gills Onions will present a case study of their onion waste digestion to biogas production project, using the Biothane AD systems. An evening reception follows close of session at the UC Davis Conference Center. UC Energy Week includes the Cal Integrated Systems Forum, Wind Forum, Solar Forum and Geothermal Forum in addition to the Biomass Forum. For registration and further information, see the UC Energy Week web site. 03/22/2011




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