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Bioenergy Europe 2007
Markets and finance for biofuels and biomass
London, 5 & 6 February
Sponsored by: Taylor Wessing and EcoSecurities
Supported by: GreenStream Network, Eufores, COGEN Europe,
German Renewable Energy Federation, REA, Climate Change Capital, and eBio
For a full list of speakers & in-depth details of the programme, please click through to
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At Bioenergy Europe 2007 Sir Ben Gill, Chairman of the Biomass Task Force will be giving the keynote
address on the future of biomass and biofuels in Europe. You will also hear from other top-level specialists from a
broad range of organisations across Europe including:
• European Commission • Scottish and Southern Energy • Green Spirit Fuels
• Climate Change Capital • European Bioethanol Fuel Association • Bioverda
• Sustainable Development Forum (Germany) • Home Grown Cereals Authority
• Impax • Taylor Wessing • Sustainable Energy Ireland • Green Stream Network (Finland) • EUBIA • Friends
of the Earth • AEA Energy and Environment
• Environmental Law Foundation • EcoSecurities • German Renewable Energy Federation • Eufores •
Renewable Energy Association • National Non-Food Crops Centre
• The European Heating Oil Association • Oil Firing Technical Association
These industry pioneers will cover topics such as:
The European biofuel industry – EU policy and recent developments
Green certificates as tools for financing renewable energy in the EU
Biofuels for transport
Co-production of bioethanol and power
Raising private capital for the bioenergy industry – legal issues
The environmental impacts of bioenergy – an NGO’s view
EU activities to support bioenergy into the future
Bioenergy in the CDM
Overview of the EU bioethanol fuel market
The challenges of bioenergy investment – regulatory, physical and financial
Future potential of bioenergy
PLUS there will be panel discussions on “Food vs fuel – the land-use debate”, “International developments” and
“Investment opportunities in bioenergy”.
AND there will be many opportunities to network with other delegates and speakers throughout the conference,
particularly at the cocktail reception at the end of Day One.
GreenStream is pleased to be supporting this topical conference organised by Environmental Finance Publications.
We understand that places are filling up rapidly so we urge you to book NOW to ensure you don’t miss this
opportunity to bring yourself up to date on the incentive schemes and finance options to boost the use of biofuels and biomass in Europe.
15% discount for GreenStream colleagues, contacts & clients.
To secure your place, please:
Tel: +44 (0)20 7251 9151
Fax: +44 (0)20 7251 9161
However you book, please quote reference Bio07/EM22 to secure your 15% discount and to ensure your
booking is given priority.
We look forward to seeing you at Bioenergy Europe 2007 in February.