Bioenergy North America 2009

This comprehensive event, with its energy and climate change policy-oriented program, will examine the new Administration’s view on bioenergy and how the new regulations affect bioenergy in the context of other clean energy technologies.

It will cover:

√ First-generation biofuels

√ Next-generation biofuels

√ Biomass for heat and power production

√ Financial instruments in bioenergy

√ Bioenergy projects in light of climate change and clean energy

√ Alternative feedstocks

√ Bioenergy technology and infrastructure


• Keynote address – Recent developments in Federal and State regulations in clean energy and climate change from Howard A. Learner, President and Executive Director, Environmental Law and Policy Center

• Packed agenda – crammed with interactive panel sessions and roundtables

• Energy and climate change policy-oriented program

• Fresh approaches from industry experts – how to deal with unresolved problems and market uncertainties

• Superb networking opportunities – meet and do business with the key players and decision makers in the US bioenergy markets