The industry forum for the biomass power, co-firing and solid waste-to-energy sectors.

Testimonials from attendees at WBPM 2014:

Good spread of delegates & experts …an excellent opportunity to get quality info!
Phil Piddington, Director of Biomass, RWE Innogy

I met both clients and suupliers in a great atmosphere
Aurelie Sol, Tender Manager, AREVA Bioenergy

An excellent gathering of key players in the industry
Simon Prince, Commercial Director, Vibrafloor

Excellent networking opportunity
Alan Millar, Station Project Manager, Lynemouth Power Ltd (RWE)

Very good networking opportunity
David Rong, Lead Process Engineer, RWIC UK

Well organised. Relevant and receptive audience
Lewis Oxley, Account Manager, Fireworks Fire Protection Ltd

Great event. It was a very impressive turnout and I really enjoyed it
Brodie Govan, Biomass Broker, PVM Oil Associates

In 2014 the world class speakers included:

Phil Piddington,
Director of Biomass,
RWE Innogy
Calum Wilson
Managing Director, 
Forth Energy
Myles Kitcher
Director, 
Peel Environmental
Ed Northam
Head of Investment Banking, 
UK Green Investment Bank 
Jens Price Wolf
Head of Thermal Power Asset Development, 
DONG Energy
David Williams
Chief Executive, 
ECO2
Mark Bouwmeester,
Process Technologist,
Essent
William Strauss
President & CEO
FutureMetrics
Richard Spinks
Chief Executive Officer,
Active Energy Group
Maarten Gnoth,
Manager Business Development - Biomass Upstream,
GDF Suez
Grzegorz Wnuk
Deputy Director of Engineering, Head of R&D Department, 
EDF Poland
Liz McDonnell,
Lead Policy Advisor, Bioenergy, 
UK Department of Energy and Climate Change

Zach Steele,
Chief Executive Officer
Enova Energy Group
Yann Flandin,
Team Manager, Biomass
Dalkia France
Ben Elsworth
Chief Executive Officer, 
MGT Power

Reichard Bellingham,
Senior Manager, Renewables
OFGEM
Max Aitken
Director, 
Estover Energy
Bart Dehue
Project Manager, 
Vattenfall

World Biomass Power Markets 2014 featured a major, new co-located event:

World WtP Markets provided 2 days of focused, tailored content examining this critical growth area for the future of renewable power generation.

Over two days, the leading project developers, feedstock owners, owner/operators and technology providers came together to debate the future direction of the sector, including:

  • Project development that is financeable and investable
  • Mitigating risks along feedstock supply chains
  • How government policies on waste and energy are benefiting the waste-to-power sector
  • Cutting edge technologies and massive efficiency improvements happening now


It was an unmissable, annual gathering of every major player in global waste-to-power.

View highlights from the World Biomass Power Markets 2014 event.

The 2015 event promises to be even bigger and better with over 500 key power industry professionals, 120 leading speakers, a 50 stand exhibition hall and over 30 hours of streamed content.

   

  Photo: "Alan Sherrard, Bioenergy International"  Photo: "Alan Sherrard, Bioenergy International"

The Biggest and Best Biomass-to-Power Event

With over 40 hours of streamed, highly focused content and a large-scale exhibition, the congress is a unique forum for the entire supply chain of the industry:

  • Feedstock growers and scientists
  • Pelleting companies
  • Traders
  • EPCs and engineers
  • Project developers
  • Logistics, transport and shipping
  • Plant owner/operators
  • Transmission and infrastructure
  • Major local and multinational utilities
  • Independent Power Producers

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