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Full programme for EUBCE 2020 released

The organizers of the European Biomass Conferences and Exhibition (EUBCE) – ETA Florence together with WIP Munich – have released details of the full programme of the 28th edition of the event. To be held in Marseille, France on April 27-30, 2020, the 2020 programme has expanded the field of biomass utilization portfolio from energy-related biomass production and conversion of bio-based feedstock to include uses in other sectors of the economy.

The organizers of the European Biomass Conferences and Exhibition (EUBCE) – ETA Florence together with WIP Munich – have released details of the full programme of the 2020 event. To be held in Marseille, France on April 27-30, 2020, the 28th edition programme has expanded the field of biomass utilization portfolio from energy-related biomass production and conversion of bio-based feedstock to other sectors of the economy.

The completed and detailed EUBCE 2020 Programme, the unique European platform to share the latest scientific, technical, financial, policy and market insights regarding biomass and bioeconomy, can now be found online covering all fields ranging from concepts, technologies, applications, systems, policies, and markets. Dedicated plenary sessions provide an excellent overview of the current status of the sector.

Themed “Transition to a bioeconomy“, the 28th EUBCE offers a unique opportunity for decision-makers and industry leaders to engage in constructive dialogue about the barriers, challenges, and benefits of biomass and bioeconomy.

Over 79 conference sessions, at least eight industry-oriented sessions and seventeen parallel events will cover every key aspect of the biomass from technical and theoretical to policy and practice. More than 800 plenary, oral and visual presentations will give conference delegates valuable insight into the latest developments in the sector.

All sessions address current challenges, topics, and applications for biomass and bioeconomy and are relevant to researchers, scientists, students, professionals, policy-makers, and industry-leaders in the sector.

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