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London, UK, August 1, 2011: EBEC (European Bioenergy Expo and Conference), the UK’s largest dedicated bioenergy event, has announced a five-year partnership with the Renewable Energy Association (REA). Devoted to promoting British renewable energy producers and sustainable energy use, the REA has held their annual conference at EBEC in previous years and will contribute towards a wide-ranging bioenergy conference this year.
Now in its sixth year, EBEC will be held at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, on 5-6 October. More than 150 international exhibitors and over 3,000 visitors are expected to take advantage of free admission during both days.
The 2011 event will highlight many bioenergy solutions such as biogas, biodiesel, biofuels and biowaste. The expo will bring together businesses already involved in bioenergy production as well as those thinking about adopting renewable energy derived from biological sources.
Gaynor Hartnell, Chief Executive of the REA, commented: “We are delighted to have formed a strategic partnership with the organisers of EBEC. It is a must-attend event for anyone in the bioenergy sector.”
“With high quality visitors, conference delegates, speakers and exhibitors, EBEC is a unique opportunity to do business, debate the future of the bioenergy markets and a great place to meet,” added Lucy Pitt, Group Marketing Manager of Closer2 Media, the company organising EBEC.
EBEC will host a programme of seminars and workshops, a drinks reception for extended business networking and site tours to local bioenergy facilities. This year, visitors may also attend Microgen and Nextgen – two energy related exhibitions running alongside EBEC, which are also both free to attend.
Microgen brings together manufacturers, distributors, installers and consumers of micro renewable technologies including wind and solar. Nextgen focuses on emerging technologies such as fuel cells, advanced gasification and pyrolysis.
"Being co-located with Nextgen and Microgen, EBEC benefits from the power of three great renewable events in one, covering every aspect of renewable energy. Clearly, it is an event that should not be missed,” concluded Lucy Pitt.