25 – 27 February 2020
COFIRING BIOMASS WITH COAL is moving from west to east
Cofiring biomass reduces emissions of CO2, introduces a reliable renewable energy source into the existing power plant and grid infrastructure, and increases the value of forestry by-products and agricultural wastes.
In Europe cofiring is well-established due to strong policy and regulatory support and Asia has huge potential for cofiring
- Japan is taking forward more than 20 projects
- China plans 89 pilot demonstration projects
- South Korea, India, Vietnam and Malaysia are expanding their cofiring activity.
- biomass supply, sustainability and logistics
- biomass handling and related safety issues
- biomass pre-treatment
- combustion and gasification
- slagging, fouling and corrosion issues
- power plant conversion/adaptation
- emissions control and ash management
- supportive policies
For delegates who need a visa to enter Japan, please contact Benedicte for an invitation letter as soon as possible.
• End of early bird rate tickets: 24 January 2020
• Deadline for Hotel discount: 10 February 2020