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  • 2 day forum: 27 & 28 October 2010 Post-forum workshop day: 29 October 2010 Venue: The Rembrandt Hotel, London Optimising the Total Framework for Sustainable Energy from Biomass IQPC’s EU Biomass Forum 2010 brings Hear from key industry speakers including: together all stakeholders to discuss the success criteria for a sustainable biomass Policy Makers: Biomass Experts & More: future. Speakers from both the supply and European Commission: Emese Kottasz, Policy Porter Alliance/ Imperial College London, Officer, Directorate-General for Energy, Unit Dr. Jeremy Woods, Co-Director and demand side of the biomass value chain Regulatory Policy & Promotion of Renewable Energy Lecturer in Bioenergy as well as policy-makers and investment Department of Energy and Climate Change, National Farmers’ Union, authorities will join you to shape debate on UK: Dr Elizabeth McDonnell, Office for Dr. Jonathan Scurlock, Chief Adviser, these key topics: Renewable Energy Deployment Renewable Energy and Climate Change Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and FERN, Veerle Dossche, POLICY: Which European and local measures Consumer Protection (BMELV), Germany: EU Forest Coordinator are being taken to promote, support and drive Dr. Hans Jürgen Froese Tesco Stores Ltd, Jake Ronay, usage of renewable energy sources? Energy and Climate Agency NL, the Renewables Programme Manager, Netherlands: ir. Kees Kwant, Senior Expert Environmental Team AVAILABILITY: How to mobilise further Bioenergy biomass feedstock for biomass stations, CEPI, Marco Mensink, especially for projects under development Institute for Fuels and Renewable Energy, Energy & Environment Director Poland, Magdalena Rogulska, after 2020 target? Is there enough? Senior Bioenergy Expert CEMBUREAU, The European Cement Association, Vagner Maringolo, ECONOMICS: What’s the rationale and Energy Companies: Issues Manager feasibility of biomass-to-energy projects, both E.ON Climate & Renewables, Ben Goh, Barclays Commercial, Gareth Miller, current and proposed? Senior Biomass Fuel Developer Head of Renewable Energy Project Finance DONG Energy, Charles Nielsen, Director R&D POST FORUM WORKSHOP DAY: FRIDAY 29 OCTOBER 2010 Vattenfall, Göran Lundgren, Biomass Cogeneration Roadmap DE LY Vice President, Business Development Exploring the role of cogeneration in resolving the climate and energy challenges which we face today M S UP P RWE Supply & Trading Switzerland SA, AN D Jorrit Hachmer, Vice President Biofuel Your workshop leaders: COGEN Europe, Dr Fiona Riddoch, Featuring: BEYOND UTILITIES – Managing Director PO LICY 3 Perspectives from Outside the Energy Sector: Combined Heat and Power Association RETAIL • PULP& PAPER • CEMENT (CHPA), Paul Gardiner, Head of Policy RWE Npower Renewables, Ian Calvert, www.BiomassForum.eu Head of biomass UK Tel: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 Fax: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 Email: enquire@iqpc.co.uk Web: www.BiomassForum.eu
  • EU Biomass Forum 2010 - Driving progress within the European Bio Economy Global demand for biomass is rapidly increasing, especially in Europe where EU 2020’s target for renewable energy is a major driver for this growth. Biomass has long been widely used for power generation and heating, but the industry is facing new challenges – both in the policy framework and the biomass feedstock chain – which are impacting this growth. IQPC’s Biomass Forum 2010 will focus on these challenges by bringing together Europe’s leading authorities and key market players. Together, we will be able to clarify the steps needed to ensure a competitive Biomass framework and a sustainable biomass value chain. Ensure you are there to access and shape debate on these key topics: Who will attend? POLICY: Which European and local measures are being taken to promote, support and drive usage of renewable energy sources? Utility Representatives: AVAILABILITY: How to mobilise further biomass feedstock for biomass stations, Senior Project Managers specialising especially for projects under development after 2020 target? Is there enough? in Biomass- Bioenergy- Renewable Energy ECONOMICS: What’s the rationale and feasibility of biomass-to-energy projects , both current and proposed? Head of Research and Development SVP Global Commodities, Head of IQPC’s Biomass Forum brings together all stakeholders to discuss the critical Strategic Planning, Financial Analyst, success criteria for a sustainable biomass future – speakers from the demand and Head of Trading supply side of the biomass value chain as well as policy –makers and investment authorities. Biomass Producers/Technology Experts: Biomass perspectives beyond utilities Business Development Managers, Because so many of you have asked to hear perspectives outside the world of Managing Directors of Pellet energy utilities, this event offers the unique opportunity to hear case studies about Producers Biomass-to-Energy initiatives, as well as projects in retail, cement and paper industries. Agriculture, Forestry, Plantation, Crops Companies Secure your place at this strategic event: the knowledge and information that you Agricultural waste producers, traders will receive will be of tremendous benefit to the future direction of your organisation. & importers Register today by calling +44 (0) 20 7368 9300, Email enquire@iqpc.co.uk or Engineering, Construction & fill in a registration form at www.BiomassForum.eu Contracting companies Finance and Government I look forward to seeing you at the EU Biomass Forum 2010 at the Rembrandt Hotel Representatives in London on the 27th and 28th of October 2010. Regards, Andrew Wilson PS. Don’t miss out on the post forum workshop Marketing Manager day on biomass cogeneration and explore the role IQPC of cogeneration in resolving the climate and energy challenges which we face today
  • MAIN FORUM DAY ONE: WEDNESDAY 27 OCTOBER 2010 08.30 Coffee and Registration 13.15 Lunch and networking break 09.00 Chairman’s welcome 14.15 Project finance, renewable energy and the biomass sector Dr. Jeremy Woods, Co-Director of the Porter Alliance and Lecturer in • Project financing renewable energy projects in the post-credit crisis Bioenergy at Imperial College London environment • Key factors in financing bio-energy projects 09.15 The EU policy framework: Which measures are being taken to • Possible lending structures & risk mitigation promote, support and drive usage of renewable energy sources? Gareth Miller, Head of Renewable Energy Project Finance, Barclays • Outlook on a harmonised strategy on 1) Sustainability Criteria 2) Incentives Commercial in the context of a growing market • How will the EU policy framework develop and will the framework be tested BEYOND UTILITIES: HOW BIOMASS IS USED IN OTHER SECTORS in practice? • Which progress with binding targets and certification? 15.00 Biomass power initiatives, projects and considerations at Tesco Stores Ltd BEYOND UTILITY • Summary RES action plans summary of national renewable action plans of PERSPECTIVE member states of the European Union • What does the biomass programme at Tesco entail? • Most important conclusions from the action plans • What are the considerations and challenges regarding biomass power • Main similarities and differences between the member states highlighted stations moving forward? Emese Kottasz, Policy Officer, Directorate-General for Energy, Unit • The Livingstone project: What’s the rationale and what are the results so Regulatory Policy & Promotion of Renewable Energy, European Commission far? • Challenges in fuel security, pricing, quality 10.15 Biomass Availability & Sustainability: How to mobilise feedstocks to Jake Ronay, Renewables Programme Manager, Environmental Team at meet the 2020 targets Tesco Stores Ltd • How and where to find fuel for biomass stations, especially for projects under development after 2020 target? Is there enough? 15.45 Coffee and networking break • Securing the biomass demand-supply: Balancing the demand for feedstock 16.15 Bioenergy opportunities for the Pulp & Paper Industry and biomass availability BEYOND UTILITY • Is the paper industry looking for alternative business models , are they PERSPECTIVE • Best quality and best priced biomass with long-term availability planning on becoming an energy supplier? • Local sources versus import: Should we utilise feedstock closer where they • Which new business opportunities arise due to existing capabilities and grow instead of transporting? assets in the pulp & paper industry and how will the industry capitalise on • Forestry biomass vs. residue & waste and biomass vs agricultural biomass these opportunities? An interactive panel session featuring: • Land Use and Biomass availability - a crucial issue Emese Kottasz, Policy Officer, Directorate-General for Energy, Unit • Scenarios for converting residuals into energy Regulatory Policy & Promotion of Renewable Energy, European Commission Marco Mensink, Energy & Environment Director at Confederation of (invited) European Paper Industries (CEPI) Ben Goh, Senior Biomass Fuel Developer, E.ON Climate & Renewables Dr. Jonathan Scurlock, Chief Adviser, Renewable Energy and Climate 17.00 The rationale and economics of utilising existing coal fired units Change, National Farmers’ Union instead of building new dedicated (bio) power plants • Innovation, investment and sustainability challenges and scenario’s in Dong 11.15 Coffee and networking break Energy’s current and scheduled biomass energy projects CASE STUDY 11.45 A NGO perspective on achieving EU energy policies that enable the • The mindset shift of utilising existing cofiring plants instead of building EU to meet its climate and biodiversity objectives new plants: • Exploring the extent to which using biomass for heat and power can be a • Building and integrating full scale biomass plants with existing power sustainable solution stations • How to use scarse resources efficiently: Opportunities and challenges • The role of Pre-Treatment as focus area for innovation in the biomass & • How to limit the negative impact of biomass production on environment and waste value chain: local communities • Rationale, economics and current results with Pre-treatment • When the solution is the problem: How to ensure that biomass is effectively • Pre-treatment techniques in connection with existing plants leading to a decrease of greenhouse gas emissions Charles Nielsen, Director R&D, DONG Energy • Under which conditions can biomass play a part of the future energy mix? 17.45 Chairman’s close and end of forum day one Veerle Dossche, EU Forest Coordinator, FERN 12.30 Rethinking the Biomass Value Chain: Managing sustainable fuel supply for existing and planned biomass projects CASE STUDY • Project and sustainability drivers for E.ON’s investment in dedicated biomass stations in UK and Europe • Managing sustainable fuel supply for existing and planned biomass projects • E.ON’s approach to large-scale biomass utilisation over the long-term • How is the biomass value chain expanding and what are the dynamics affecting the role of E.ON in the value chain? Ben Goh, Senior Biomass Fuel Developer, E.ON Climate & Renewables www.BiomassForum.eu Tel: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 Fax: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 Email: enquire@iqpc.co.uk Web: www.BiomassForum.eu
  • MAIN FORUM DAY TWO: THURSDAY 28 OCTOBER 2010 08.30 Coffee and Registration Bio policies: Illuminating Local Dynamics beyond the facts 09.00 Chairman’s welcome • How renewables and biomass will be stimulated in each country: Dr. Jeremy Woods, Co-Director of the Porter Alliance and Lecturer in Action plans, mechanisms, targets and incentives. Bioenergy at Imperial College London • How local policy caters for recognition of each player in the biomass value chain 09.15 The use of biomass for heating purposes in the cement industry • What are the considerations, plans, projects and strategies regarding 12.00 BEYOND UTILITY Dr Hans Jürgen Froese, Federal Ministry of Food, PERSPECTIVE biomass energy for cement production? Agriculture and Consumer Protection (BMELV), Germany • Best practices on increased biomass utilization in the cement industry and scenarios for converting waste into energy 12.45 Lunch and networking break • Challenges in fuel security, pricing, quality Vagner Maringolo, Issues Manager, CEMBUREAU, 13.45 ir. Kees Kwant, Senior Expert Bioenergy, NL energy and climate, Agency NL, the Netherlands The European Cement Association 10.00 Wood Pellet Trade & Pricing: Market Outlook 14.30 Dr. Elizabeth McDonnell, Office for Renewable Energy Deployment, Department of Energy and Climate Change, UK • European standardisation of trade in wood pellets • Specifications and legal structure 15.15 Coffee and networking break • Sustainability & certification • Development of price indices, outlook on exchange-traded products 15.45 The Polish Perspective • Recent market developments, market fundamentals and outlook Magdalena Rogulska, Senior Bioenergy Expert, Institute for Jorrit Hachmer, Vice President Biofuel, RWE Supply & Trading Fuels and Renewable Energy, Poland Switzerland SA 16.30 Conclusions: Measuring progress towards a harmonised European Framework and identifying necessary next steps towards 10.45 Coffee and networking break availability and sustainability • What’s the long-term likelihood of one European framework with warranting 11.15 The rationale and economics of using biomass for heat and power in certificates? Europe • Pro’s and con’s of a harmonized European system • How will Vattenfall achieve large-scale biomass utilisation over the long- CASE STUDY • What are the main challenges to master? Can they at all be mastered? term? • What is each stakeholder prepared to change? • Future scenarios • Project, investment and sustainability scenario’s (mid to long term) for An interactive panel session featuring: significantly increased volumes of biomass fuels. Emese Kottasz, Policy Officer, Directorate-General for Energy, Unit • Challenges and opportunities in finding relevant new fuels, new refining and Regulatory Policy & Promotion of Renewable Energy, European Commission conversion technologies, logistic chains, and partnership. (invited) • The dynamics affecting the role of utility companies in the value chain Göran Lundgren, Vice President, Business Development, Vattenfall Jorrit Hachmer, Vice President Biofuel, RWE Supply & Trading Switzerland SA Göran Lundgren, Vice President, Business Development, Vattenfall Dr Hans Jürgen Froese, Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection (BMELV), Germany Dr Elizabeth McDonnell, Office for Renewable Energy Deployment, Department of Energy and Climate Change, UK 17.30 Chairman’s close and end of forum day 2 POST FORUM WORKSHOP DAY: FRIDAY 29 OCTOBER 2010 Biomass Cogeneration Roadmap Exploring the role of cogeneration in resolving the climate and energy challenges which we face today 9.00 – 11.00 Session 1: Raising awareness 11.30 – 13.00 Session 2: Eliminating regulatory 13.00 – 14.00 Lunch and networking break Dr Fiona Riddoch, Managing and institutional barriers Director of COGEN Europe Paul Gardiner, Head of Policy 14.00 – 16.00 Session 3: Developing biomass at the Combined Heat and Power cogeneration markets and 11.00 – 11.30 Coffee and networking break Association (CHPA) technologies Ian Calvert, Head of biomass UK, RWE Npower Renewables Tel: +44 (0) 207 368 9300 Fax: +44 (0) 207 368 9301 Email: enquire@iqpc.co.uk Web: www.BiomassForum.eu
  • MEDIA PARTNERS Enagri is a leading information provider Earthscan is the world’s leading to all parts of the bioenergy supply chain: publisher on climate change, sustainable from farmers to fuel processors and development and environmental energy generators. technology. We aim to publish original, Our subscriber services include market reliable and significant work that helps data, weekly newsletters, monthly to foster the conditions for genuine magazine and online database, meaning sustainability by providing the means for that no other bioenergy publication or understanding and analysing the issues magazine offers such great value for and the tools for resolving them. Maximise Your money. In addition we sit at the heart of Involvement: the UK bioenergy sector thanks to our Earthscan was originally founded by the bespoke information, copywriting and International Institute for Environment and Sponsorship and consultancy services. Development in 1987, and we continue Exhibition Opportunities Whether you’re involved in growing or to publish in association with them and supplying feedstocks or fuels, liquid with other environmental and development The EU Biomass Forum 2010 will biofuel production, biomass heat or power organizations world wide. We are an be attended by senior officials and generation, anaerobic digestion, project independent company and our books and decision-makers from the industry, design or carbon management, why not journals are distributed throughout the bringing together buyers and join the hundreds of subscribers who world. suppliers in one location. already know that Enagri is an invaluable business tool? Focused and high-level, the event will be an excellent platform to initiate new business relationships. With tailored networking, sponsors can achieve the face-to-face contact that overcrowded trade shows cannot deliver. Exhibiting and Sponsorship options are extensive, and packages can be tailor-made to suit your individual company’s needs. Most packages include complimentary entry passes, targeted marketing to industry officials and executives, and bespoke networking opportunities. Other features of sponsorship include: • Prominent exhibition space in the main conference networking area • Participation in comprehensive pre-event marketing campaigns • Tailored marketing strategies About Energy & Utilities IQ to suit your organisation’s size, capabilities and individual Delivering quality content and events to enhance your knowledge and requirement strengthen your networks Please contact Robert Christian Energy IQ, a division of IQPC, is dedicated to providing practical, detailed information on +44 (0) 207 368 9500 or e-mail through conferences, training courses, webinars and our monthly enewsletter. By providing sponsorship@iqpc.co.uk for accurate, objective and up-to-date developments and trends in various industries, Energy more details about sponsoring or IQ enables organisations to remain competitive and profitable. exhibiting opportunities. Become a member here: www.energyiq.co.uk
  • 2 day forum: 27 & 28 October 2010 Post-forum workshops day: 5 WAYS TO REGISTER Optimising the Total Framework 29 October 2010 Freephone: 0800 652 2363 or for Sustainable Energy from Biomass Venue: The Rembrandt Hotel, London +44 (0)20 7368 9300 To speed registration, please provide the priority code located on the mailing label or in the box below. Fax: +44 (0)20 7368 9301 My registration code is PDFW Please contact our database manager on +44(0) 207 368 9300 or at database@iqpc.co.uk quoting the registration Post: your booking form to code above to inform us of any changes or to remove your details. IQPC Ltd. Anchor House, 15-19 Britten Street, London SW3 3QL Online: www.BiomassForum.eu Email: enquire@iqpc.co.uk Team Discounts* IQPC recognises the value of learning in teams. Groups of 3 or more booking at the same time from the same company receive a 10% discount. 5 or more receive a 15% discount. 7 receive a 20% discount. Only one discount available per person. Venue & Accommodation VENUE: The Rembrandt Hotel, 11 Thurloe Place London SW7 2RS, United Kingdom +44 (0)207 7589 8100 www.sarova.com/rembrandt Register and Pay by 27th August* Standard Price ACCOMMODATION: Hotel Accommodation is not included in the registration fee. For updates SAVE £300 Forum + Workshop Day on discounted rates at The Rembrandt Hotel, please visit: £1,898 +VAT £2,198 +VAT www.biomassforum.eu or www.4cityhotels.com SAVE £200 Forum only £1,299 +VAT £1,499 +VAT * To qualify for discounts, payments must be received by the early bird registration deadline. Early booking discounts are not valid in conjunction with any other offer. All prices are exclusive of UK VAT at 17.5%. U.K. VAT registration no. GB 799 2259 67. 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