International Biomass Conference 2012
4/24/12 - 4/25/12
Location: Leipzig, Germany
From 24 to 25 April 2012, the conference of the DBFZ (Deutsches BiomasseForschungsZentrum) and the IZES (Institut for ZukunftsEnergieSysteme) will take place in the Forum for Contemporary History in Leipzig (ZFL). At this event, certain topics of the current state of research and development on one hand and the practical implementation on the other hand, will be presented and discussed
The share of electricity produced from renewable energy is continuing to increase, both nationally and internationally. The transition to an electricity system based on renewable sources is characterised by an increasing need to provide fl exible, demand-driven energy in order to compensate power supply from fl uctuating sources, like solar or wind. Bioenergy has the potential to supply peak demands and to provide ancillary services in a fl exible, resource- and cost-effi cient way.
Therefore, the aim of the conference is to highlight and discuss the frameworks, conditions, alternatives and consequences of a demanddriven bioenergy supply in an energy system in transition. In addition to the national and international frameworks, the main focus of the conference is on technological, economic, environmental, social and local issues.
Call for Papers and Call for Posters
National and international researchers as well as industrial representatives are welcome to make the conference a success. We are pleased to announce the
call for papers and posters to the topics specified in the program sections. Please submit abstracts for poster as well as for oral presentations.
International Biomass Conference 2012 - „Demand Driven Electricity supply from Biomass“
Date: 24 to 25 April 2012
Place: Zeitgeschichtliches Forum Leipzig, Grimmaische Str. 6, 04109 Leipzig
Participation fee: 450 Euro
An online-registration is needed and can be made on the fair's webpage if you follow the link on the right.
Forschungs Zentrum gemeinnützige GmbH
Torgauer Straße 116
Phone: +49 (0) 341/ 2434 - 119
Fax: +49 (0) 341/ 2434 - 133