Bioenergy conf 2021
Euroscicon Ltd invites participants from all over the world to attend ‘17th World Bioenergy Congress and Expo” with the theme of “Sustainability, Health and Safety against Covid-19” during June 21-22, 2021 in Berlin, Germany. These chemical engineering conferences will gather World-class along with students, Young researchers. It will be a golden platform for the young minds to showcase their research and present to meet the experts. It will provide an environment conductive to education and interaction
With broad arrangements of keynote presentations, panel discussions, workshops, and poster sessions, the Renewable Energy 2021 is the perfect venue not only to dive into the particular renewable energy but also to expand the scope of your knowledge. The Organizing Committee has done its best to set up a framework that we think will allow for a creative interplay of ideas. All we need now to convert the extensive program on paper to an active and vibrant renewable energy forum in person is your active participation.
2 days of scientific exchange
• 100+ abstracts submitted
• 20+ scientific sessions
• 50+ worldwide professionals
• 80+ healthcare experts
Chemical Engineering Conference 2021 is the yearly gathering directed with the help of the Organizing Committee Members and individuals from the Editorial Board of the supporting Chemical and Biochemical Engineering related journals and is aimed at helping support Chemical Sciences professionals i.e. Chemical and Biochemical Engineers to get knowledge from worldwide.
About Hosting Organization
EuroSciCon is one among Europe’s largest and most significant scientific place which serves as a crossroad for the academicians and industry experts to build networks. With over 16 years of Life Science Communication it focuses on to Spearheading the Transformation of Medical Research into Knowledge through Scientific Gatherings and Networking. Supporting the Rare Care UK organization, EuroSciCon is a corporate member of Royal Society of Biology, Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) and British Society for Immunology. Our approach has always been unique, and that difference has propelled our growth towards Scientific Serendipity.
Track 1: Global Renewable Bioenergy Trends
Demand from energy consumers has mostly coalesced around these three factors reliable, affordable, and environmentally. Each goal has responsible for the energy source. These trends will likely through two mutually reinforcing virtuous circles. The deployment of new technologies will help further decrease costs and improve integration.
Track 2: Bioenergy Applications
Bioenergy is conversion of biomass resources such as agricultural and forest residues, organic municipal waste and energy crops to useful energy carriers including heat, electricity and transport fuels. Biomass is increasingly being used for modern applications such as dendro-power, co-generation and Combined Heat and Power generation (CHP). Depending on the resource availability and technical, economic and environmental impact, these can be attractive alternatives to fossil fuel based applications. Bioenergy, a renewable energy resource particularly suitable for electricity, heating & cooling in transport, will be at the core of this sectorial shift in renewable energy production and use and is expected to become the dominant form of RES before 2020.
Track 3: Bioenergy Transition
Biomass plant material and animal waste IS used to create transportation fuels and generate electricity. Biomass energy is derived from plant-based material and solar energy has been converted into organic matter. Biomass can be used in a variety of energy-conversion process to yield power, heat, steam, and fuel. Biomass is used by food processing industries, animal feed industry, and wood products industry, which includes construction and fiber products (paper and derivatives), along with chemical products made from these industries that have diverse applications including detergents, biofertilizers, and erosion control products. The biggest opportunity for the global bioenergy technology is the increasing demand for electricity across the world.
Track 4: Sustainable Energy
Renewable energy and energy efficiency are generally said to be the "twin pillars" of property energy policy. Each resource should be developed so as to stabilize and scale back dioxide emissions. There are numerous energy policies on a worldwide scale in reference to energy exploration, production and consumption, starting from commodities firms to automobile makers to wind and star producers and business associations. Recent focus of energy economic science includes the subsequent issues: climate change and climate policy, property, energy markets and economic process, economic science of energy infrastructure, energy and environmental law and policies and warming together with exploring varied challenges related to fast the diffusion of renewable energy technologies in developing countries. Most of the agricultural facilities within the developed world are mechanized as a result of rural electrification. Rural electrification has created important productivity gains; however it additionally uses plenty of energy. For this and alternative reasons (such as transport costs) during a low-carbon society, rural areas would want obtainable provides of renewably created electricity.
Track 5: Processes For Bioenergy
Bio-carbon liquid, biofuel and gas are the products of thermal decomposition of biomass. Gasification process is conducted to ordinary reactors or in reactors with a fluidal field. During hydrothermal gasification process, hydrogen energy, carbon oxide and some amount of methane and superior hydrocarbons are produced. Liquids derived from biomass resources such as ethanol and bio-oils can be reformed to produce hydrogen in a process similar to natural gas reforming. Biomass derived liquids can be transported more easily than biomass feed stocks. The bioenergy technology faces challenges in terms of technological assistance, economics and knowledge.
Biomass is an organic material that is used to produce fuel, used as an energy source in power stations for generating electricity. Materials that make up biomass fuels are forest debris, scrap lumber, certain crops, and manure and waste residues. Biomass can be obtained by two ways-directly via combustion to produce heat, or indirectly after converting it to various forms of biofuel. Conversion of biomass to biofuel can be achieved by different methods which are broadly classified into: thermal, chemical, and biochemical methods. Industrial biomass can be cultivated from different types of plants
Track 7: Waste to Energy
Incineration, the combustion of organic material such as waste with energy recovery, is the most common implementation. All new plants in OECD countries incinerating waste must meet strict emission standards, including those on nitrogen oxides, sulphur dioxide, heavy metals and dioxins. Hence, modern incineration plants are vastly different from old types, some of which neither recovered energy nor materials. Modern incinerators reduce the volume of the original waste by 95-96 percent, depending upon composition and degree of recovery of materials such as metals from the ash for recycling.
Track 8: Renewable Energy
Renewable Energy is normally defined as any energy resource’s that can be naturally renew or regenerated over a short time and which is directly derived from the sun (solar energy),indirectly from sun such as wind energy, hydropower energy, bioenergy ,or from other mechanisms of natural resources (geothermal energy, tidal energy). Renewable energy only includes energy derived from organic and natural resources it doesn’t include inorganic resources.
Track 9: Chemical Engineering
Chemical engineering is a branch of engineering that applies physical sciences (physics and chemistry), life sciences (microbiology and biochemistry), together with applied mathematics and economics to produce, transform, transport, and properly use chemicals, materials and energy. A chemical engineer designs large-scale processes that convert chemicals, raw materials, living cells, microorganisms and energy into useful forms and products. It is a process engineering which mainly comprises of the concepts of unit operation, unit process and chemical technology
Track 10: Power generation
A power station also referred to as a power plant or powerhouse and sometimes generating station or generating plant, is an industrial facility for the generation of electric power. A power plant is an industrial facility used to generate electric power with the help of one or more generators which converts different energy sources into electric power
Track 11: Bio Crude
Pyrolysis oil, sometimes also known as bio crude or bio-oil, is a synthetic fuel under investigation as substitute for petroleum. It is obtained by heating dried biomass without oxygen in a reactor at a temperature of about 500 °C with subsequent cooling. Pyro lytic oil (or bio-oil) is a kind of tar and normally contains levels of oxygen too high to be considered a hydrocarbon. These high oxygen content results in non-volatility, corrosiveness, immiscibity with fossil fuels, thermal instability, and a tendency to polymerize when exposed to air. As such, it is distinctly different from petroleum products.
Track 12: Biodiesel and Biofuel
Biodiesel is a form of biofuel used as a substitute for diesel. It is safe, biodegradable, and produces less air pollutants than petroleum-based diesel. Biodiesel is meant to be used in standard diesel engines and is thus distinct from the vegetable and waste oils used to fuel converted diesel engines
Track 13: Biopolymers and renewable materials
These are a class of materials that are generated from renewable natural sources, are often biodegradable, sometimes compostable and not toxic to produce. They can be produced by biological systems such as plants, or chemically synthesized from sugars or starch.
Track 14: Robotics
Creating machines which can work independently goes back to past occasions, yet the best possible investigation into the execution and potential employment of robots did not develop appropriately until the twentieth century. From the beginning of time, it has been much of the time expected that on one-day robots will have the capacity to impersonate human conduct and oversee assignments in a human-like form. Today, mechanical technology is one of the quickly developing fields locally, economically, or militarily. Various robots are worked to do tasks that are hazardous for humanity, for example, defusing bombs, discovering survivors in shaky demolishes and investigating mines and wrecks
Track 15: Hydrogen Energy
Track 16: Sensors
A sensor is an electronic segment, module, or subsystem whose reason for existing is to distinguish occasions or changes in its condition and send the data to different gadgets, every now and again a computer processor. A sensor is constantly utilized with different hardware, regardless of whether as basic as a light or as intricate as a computer.
Electrical Storage Systems (ESS) frameworks constitute a fundamental component in the improvement of reasonable vitality innovations. Electrical Storage produced from inexhaustible assets, for example, sun oriented radiation or wind gives incredible potential to meet our vitality needs in a feasible way. These sustainable power source advances produce power discontinuously and subsequently require proficient and solid electrical vitality stockpiling strategies.
Track 18: Wastewater treatment
The treatment of wastewater is part of the overarching field of sanitation. Sanitation also includes the management of human waste and solid waste as well as storm water (drainage) management. By-products from wastewater treatment plants, such as screenings, grit and sewage sludge may also be treated in a wastewater treatment plant
Track 19: Renewable resources
Renewable energy is derived from natural processes that are replenished constantly. ... Included in the definition is electricity and heat generated from solar, wind, ocean, hydropower, biomass, geothermal resources, and biofuels and hydrogen derived from renewable resources.
Track 20: Food V/S Oil
Some propose that fuel only be made from non-edible vegetable oils such as Camelina, Jatropha or seashore mallow which can thrive on marginal agricultural land where many trees and crops will not grow, or would produce only low yields. Others argue that the problem is more fundamental. Farmers may switch from producing food crops to producing biofuel crops to make more money, even if the new crops are not edible.
Track 21: Biotechnology
Biotechnology is the wide region of science including living frameworks and creatures to create or make items, or any mechanical application that utilizes natural frameworks, living life forms, or subsidiaries, to make alternative items for particular utilize. Contingent upon the instruments and applications, it regularly covers with the (related) fields of atomic science, bio-building, biomedical designing, bio manufacturing, sub-atomic building, and so forth.
Track 22: Entrepreneurs Investment Meet
Bioenergy congress 2019 facilitates a unique platform for transforming potential ideas into great business. The present meeting/ conference create a global platform to connect global Entrepreneurs, Proposers and the Investors in the field of Biofuels, Biomass, Biogas, bioenergy and Renewable Energy and its allied sciences. This investment meet facilitates the most optimized and viable business for engaging people in to constructive discussions, evaluation and execution of promising business
THEME : (Adopting the renewable things in next decade)
Bioenergy Congress is renewable energy made available from materials derived from biological sources. Biomass is any organic material which has stored sunlight in the form of chemical energy. As a fuel it may include wood, wood waste, straw, manure, sugarcane, and many other by products from a variety of agricultural processes. Some of the important components of the bio energy market are biogas, starch-based and cellulosic ethanol, biodiesel, etc. Presently, the biofuels segment is the only one to have shown great promise of achieving large-scale CO2 emission reductions. According to analysts, the growth of this segment is also expected to create jobs, improve energy security, and boost economic growth. The bioenergy market faces challenges in terms of technological assistance, economics, and knowledge. Several environmentalists are also opposed to the idea of burning forest biomass as it leads to greenhouse gas emissions. However, the biggest opportunity for the global bioenergy market is the increasing demand for electricity across the world.
The organizing committee is gearing up for an informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops on a variety of topics, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world. We invite you to join us at the Bioenergy-2020, where you will be sure to have a meaningful experience with scholars from around the world. All members of the Bioenergy-2020 organizing committee look forward to meeting you in Zurich Switzerland
For more details please visit: Bioenergy Congress 2021
Importance & Scope:
The demand for renewable energy is growing enormously. From the evidence available today, we believe that renewable energy could, with developments in technology and favourable policy constitute up to 30% of the world transport fuel mix by 2030. The advantages of renewable energy – whether in greenhouse gas benefits, energy security or rural development-mean that many governments are keen to foster the industry through current phases of technology development to deliver material scale and reduced costs. The world is in a state of renewable energy fever. In 2006 biofuel constituted 49 bnlitres, or 3%, of the 1,600 billion litre market for gasoline and diesel fuel. By 2015 the renewable energy market is likely to have tripled to 155 billion litres. In practical terms that is an increase of around 10 billion litres per year over ten years. In terms of current ethanol yields of 5,250ltrs / ha, this equates to an increase of land use for renewable energy of approximately 17,000 square km per year. The bulk of the global demand for ethanol and biodiesel comes from a few major regions. The USA accounted for very nearly 50% of global ethanol consumption in 2006, with Brazil taking 36% of global volumes. The EU accounted for 75% of global biodiesel consumption in 2006. The reason why we believe the feverish rate of growth is likely to materialize is because, with no carbon beneficial substitutes available in the near term, renewable energy are being promoted by governments. Clear examples of this are the trends of regulations in the EU, and the intentions announced in the US. BP is already a major player in the global renewable energy market. In 2006 BP blended 3,016 million litres of ethanol into gasoline – a 25% increase on the previous year. Thus BP is already well exposed to the renewable energy fever – and the theme of this paper is to suggest how the industry can tap the heat of the fever in a positive sense.
The renewable energy policies in the European Union have already led to a significant progress; the energy mix should further change until 2020. Italy is planning to meet the 2020 targets on renewable energies also thanks to a relevant paradigm shift in renewable energy exploitation. Indeed, in 2005 the sector where RES were more present in Italy was electricity production with 203 PJ of renewable origin, while in the heating and cooling sector renewable energy penetration was limited to 80 PJ. On the contrary, in 2020 heating and cooling is expected to absorb the highest amount of renewable energy (438 PJ) with renewable electricity expected to count for 356 PJ. Bioenergy, a renewable energy resource particularly suitable for electricity, heating & cooling and in transport, will be at the core of this sectorial shift in renewable energy production and use and is expected to become the dominant form of RES before 2020. The paper makes a detailed analysis of the recent developments and expected evolution of the Italian energy mix in next decade. It provides an overview of the Italian bioenergy sector in comparison with other Renewable Energy Sources (RES) and with leading countries in the European Union with a special focus on the production, exploitation and potentials on the basis of the analysis of the Italian National Renewable Action Plan.
Why to attend???
Meet highly qualified and experienced Scientists from around the world researching on Bioenergy; this is your single best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from all over the world. Conduct demonstrations, distribute knowledge meet with highly qualified scientists, discuss new researches, and receive name recognition at this 2-day event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, tactics, and the newest updates in Biofuels and Bioenergy are hallmarks of this conference. Be Part of it! This conference focusing on all the major aspects in the field of Bioenergy It would be beneficial for all the students who ever willing to enter into corporate as well as research fields targeting to the respective field. Chance to form alliance with emerging or established companies/ Research institutes in the respective field.
Major Bioenergy Associations around the Globe
- Bioenergy Association
- World Bioenergy Association
- Biofuels and Biomass Energy (bioenergy): Associations & Societies
- Bioenergy International AG
- Bioenergy Council of India
- Renewable energy Organizations and Associations
Major Bioenergy Companies around the Globe
- Bio product companies
- Biofuels Digest
- Green Plains Renewable Energy
- Fulcrum BioEnergy
- Sweetwater Energy
- Elevance Renewable Sciences
- Abengoa Bioenergy
- Renewable Energy Group
- Sapphire Energy
- Bioproduct companies
- Bioenergy Associations
- Bioenergy Researchers
- Bioenergy Industry
- Bioenergy Scientists
- Nuclear energy Engineers
- Bioenergy technology Engineers
- Chemical Engineers
- Renewable energy Organizations and Associations
In total, percentage of attendees from various sectors as follows
- Industry 50%
- Academia 40%
- Others 10%
The demand for renewable energy is growing enormously. From the evidence available today, we believe that biofuels could, with developments in technology and favorable policy constitute up to 30% of the world transport fuel mix by 2030. The advantages of bioenergy – whether in greenhouse gas benefits, energy security or rural development-mean that many governments are keen to foster the industry through current phases of technology development to deliver material scale and reduced costs.
Our belief is that the industry can be developed sustainably, provided appropriate feedstock’s are grown, which do not adversely compete with food, using good land management to minimize environmental impact. This will require development of appropriate sustainability standards; it will not be easy, but by engaging in the industry, responsible businesses will work out appropriate business models and want to see enforcement of standards across the industry. This paper sets out the characteristics of the global fuels market, the significance of joint industry studies with car manufacturers and the choices around land use that society must make. The approach taken by BP is then described whereby guiding principles have been defined to set the boundaries of our impact on ecosystems.
Characteristics of the biofuels market: its size and growth rate, the world is in a state of biofuels fever. In 2006 biofuel constituted 49 bnlitres, Or 3%, of the 1,600 billion litre market for gasoline and diesel fuel. By 2015 the biofuels market is likely to have tripled to 155 billion litres. In practical terms that is an increase of around 10 billion litres per year over ten years. In terms of current ethanol yields of 5,250ltrs / ha, this equates to an increase of land use for biofuels of approximately 17,000 square km per year. The bulk of the global demand for ethanol and biodiesel comes from a few major regions. The USA accounted for very nearly 50% of global ethanol consumption in 2006, with Brazil taking 36% of global volumes.
The EU accounted for 75% of global biodiesel consumption in 2006. The reason why we believe the feverish rate of growth is likely to materialize is because, with no carbon beneficial substitutes available in the near term, biofuels are being promoted by governments. Clear examples of this are the trends of regulations in the EU, and the intentions announced in the US. BP is already a major player in the global biofuels market. In 2006 BP blended 3,016 million litres of ethanol into gasoline – a 25% increase on the previous year. Thus BP is already well exposed to the biofuels fever – and the theme of this paper is to suggest how the industry can tap the heat of the fever in a positive sense
Chemical Engineering Universities in Europe
Biorefineries conferences| University of Oxford| Biofuels conferences| Imperial College London| Biomass conferences| ETH Zurich – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich|Biodiesel conferences| Wageningen University & Research| Bioproducts conferences| University of Edinburgh| Biogas conferences| Karolinska Institute| Renewable energy conferences| King’s College London| Bioethanol conferences| École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne| Bioenergy conferences| Heidelberg University| Butanol conferences| Uppsala University| Petroleum conferences| LMU Munich| Technical University of Munich| Applied Biochemistry conferences| Ghent University| Lund University |Biofuels conferences | University of Glasgow| Humboldt University of Berlin| University of Manchester| Pierre and Marie Curie University| Biogas conferences| University of Dundee| Utrecht University| University of Göttingen| Petroleum conferences| University of Geneva| University of Helsinki| Biorefineries conferences|University of Tübingen|Stockholm University| University of Lausanne| Biomass conferences| University of Zurich| University of Freiburg| Biofuels conferences| University of St Andrews| Butanol conferences| University of Bristol| Trinity College Dublin| University of Groningen| Biofuels conferences 2019 Europe|University of Aberdeen|University of Bonn| University of Exeter| Bioenergy conferences| Aarhus University| Free University of Berlin| Biofuels conferences 2019 Asia| University of East Anglia| University of Leeds| University of Basel| Biofuels conferences 2019 USA| Newcastle University| University of Vienna|15th Bioenergy congress 2019| Bioenergy congress 2019| Bioenergy conferences| Bioenergy Congress| Bioenergy Conference|15th World Bioenergy congress and Expo| world Bioenergy|
Chemical Engineering Universities in USA
Harvard University| Biofuels conferences 2019 USA|Stanford University| Biofuels conferences 2019 Asia| Massachusetts Institute of Technology| Bioenergy conferences| Johns HopkinsUniversity|Biofuels conferences 2019 Europe| Princeton University|Petroleum conferences| California Institute of Technology| Butanol conferences| Yale University| Bioproducts conferences| University of Chicago| Biofuels conferences 2019 Asia| University of California, San Diego| Butanol conferences|Cornell University| Biomass conferences| Columbia University| Biorefineries conferences| Duke University| Renewable energy conferences|University of Pennsylvania| Biofuels conferences| University of California, Berkeley| University of California, Los Angeles| Renewable energy conferences|University of Michigan| Biodiesel conferences| University of California, Davis| Washington University in St Louis| Bioethanol conferences|University of Wisconsin-Madison| Petroleum conferences| Northwestern University| Bioproducts conferences| Emory University| Bioenergy conferences|University of Minnesota| University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill| Biorefineries conferences| University of Texas at Austin| Biomass conferences|University of California, Santa Barbara| Bioethanol conferences|University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign|Renewable energy conferences| University of Colorado Boulder| Biofuels conferences 2019 USA| Pennsylvania State University| Michigan State University| Biofuels conferences 2019 Asia| Vanderbilt University| University of Maryland, College Park| University of California, Riverside| Arizona State University| Biofuels conferences 2019 Europe| Brown University|15th Bioenergy congress 2019| Bioenergy congress 2019| Bioenergy conferences| Bioenergy Congress| Bioenergy Conference|15th World Bioenergy congress and Expo| world Bioenergy|
Chemical Engineering Universities in Asia
The University of Tokyo| National | Biofuels conferences 2019 Asia| University of Singapore (NUS)| Biofuels conferences 2019 Europe| Kyoto University| Petroleum conferences| University of Hong Kong (HKU)| Bioenergy conferences| Peking University| Biofuels conferences 2019 USA| Seoul National University (SNU)| Renewable energy conferences| National Taiwan University (NTU)| Osaka University| Biomass conferences| Tsinghua University| Petroleum conferences| The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK)| Fudan University| Bioproducts conferences| Biodiesel conferences| Taipei Medical University | Mahidol University| Petroleum conferences| KAIST–Korea Advanced Instituteof Science and Technology| Biorefineries conferences| Yonsei University| Biodiesel conferences| Shanghai Jiao Tong University|Petroleum conferences| Nanyang Technological University (NTU)| Biomass conferences| Chulalongkorn University| Tohoku University|refineries conferences| Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH)| Korea University| Universiti Malaya (UM)| Biorefineries conferences| Zhejiang University| Biomass conferences| Keio University| Biofuels conferences| Indian Institute of Science| Biodiesel conferences| Tokyo Institute of Technology| Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)| Universiti Sains Malaysia (USM)| Beijing University of Chinese Medicine| Biorefineries conferences| National Tsing Hua University| Biorefineries conferences| Nanjing University| Kyung Hee University| Biomass conferences| National Yang Ming University| Renewable energy conferences| University of Indonesia| Biofuels conferences 2019 Europe | Biodiesel conferences| Beijing Institute of Technology| Biofuels conferences 2019 Asia| University of Delhi|15th Bioenergy congress 2019| Bioenergy congress 2019| Bioenergy conferences| Bioenergy Congress| Bioenergy Conference|15th World Bioenergy congress and Expo| world Bioenergy|
Bioenergy and Biofuels -Societies and Associations
The European Biomass Association| European Biomass Industry Association| European Algae Biomass Association| European Biogas Association| Renewable Fuels Association| AEBIOM European Bioenergy Association| World Bioenergy Association| The Bioenergy Association of Finland| European Biodiesel Board| European Waste-to-Advanced Biofuels Association| Renewable Energy Associations| European Renewable Ethanol| European Pellet Council| International Council on Clean Transportation| The Bioenergy Association of Finland The European Biomass Association | European Biomass Industry Association| European Algae Biomass Association | European Biogas Association| Renewable Fuels Association| AEBIOM European Bioenergy Association | World Bioenergy Association | The Bioenergy Association of Finland|
American Biofuels Council (ABC)| American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE)| American Ecological Engineering Society| American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers|Association of Energy Engineers (AEE)|Biomass Energy Research Association (BERA)| Biomass Energy Resource Center (BERC)|Vermont Biofuels AssociationAmerican Council on Renewable Energy | American Bioenergy Association| Bioenergy Association of New Zealand | Biomass Power Association| Environmental and Energy Study Institute|American Biomass Association| Bioenergy Association of California|American Solar Energy Society (ASES) |American Biofuels Council|American Council on Renewable Energy|15th Bioenergy congress 2019| Bioenergy congress 2019| Bioenergy conferences| Bioenergy Congress|Bioenergy Conference|15th World Bioenergy congress and Expo| world Bioenergy|
BioEnergy Society of Singapore | Asian Biomass Association | BioEnergy Council of India | IBSCE International Bioenergy | Bioenergy Association of New Zealand| Asia-Pacific Biomass Energy Technology| Bio Energy Association| World Biogas Association| Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF)| Asia Wind Energy Association| International Solar Energy Society| Asia Clean Energy Forum| AsiaSolar PV Innovsation & Cooperation Forum| Bioenergy Crop Research Institute| National Institute of Crop Science | Central Leather Research Institute (CSIR)| Bio Energy Association| Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF)| South Asia Biosafety Program (SABP)| International Solar Energy Society| Asia Clean Energy Forum| AsiaSolar PV Innovation & Cooperation Forum
Biofuels and Bioenergy-Journals
Biofuel Research Journal (BRJ)| Journal of Petroleum&Environmental Biotechnology| Archives in Chemical Research| Trends in Green Chemistry| Journal of Organic & Inorganic Chemistry| Journal of Fundamentals of Renewable Energy and Applications| Journal of Bioprocessing and Biotechniques| International Journal of Waste Resources| Journal of Petroleum and Environmental Biotechnology| Fuel| Journal of the Energy Institute| Materials for Renewable and Sustainable Energy| China Petroleum Processing and Petrochemical Technology| Journal of the Japan Petroleum Institute| Energy and Environmental Sciences| Environmental Research Letters| Environmental and Climate Technologies| Biotechnology for Biofuels| Renewable Energy| Solar Energy
Biofuels and Bioenergy-Companies in Europe
Biodiesel Technologies GmbH | Ageratec Biodiesel Company | Petrotec AG | Ceimici Novel BV | Green Fuels Ltd.| CT Systems | RecOil Project | Cater Oils Ltd | MÜNZER Bioindustrie GmbH | GreenFuels Bioingenieria SL | BHR Biofuels Ltd | GlobeCore GmbH | Scandinavian Biogas Fuels AB | PDM Group | JS Power Limited | Informa Ltd | Abengoa Bioenergy | Onboard Energy | Seva Energie AG | ERGIL GROUP | BIOENERGY 2020+ GmbH | Algenol Biofuels | Icon Scientific | Andel Ltd | AFRISO-EURO-INDEX GmbH | Bioenergy Crops Ltd. | eralytics GmbH | Amec Foster Wheeler | Lux Research | VTU Holding GmbH | ANDRITZ AG | ELKOPLAST CZ, s.r.o. | PROjEN PLC | Nehlsen International | Akzo Nobel Base Chemicals (ANBC) | MBP Trading SA | Biomass and Bioenergy Consulting | Clarke Energy | Axion Group - Axion Consulting | AirProtekt Limited | AVA GmbH u. Co. | GlobeCore GmbH | Koprulu Machine Co. | HUSS Technologies GmbH | MionTec GmbH |New Energy Systems | European Biomass Industry Association (EUBIA) |
Biofuels and Bioenergy-Companies in USA
3Degrees | 5 boro biofuel | A2BE Carbon Capture LLC | AE Biofuels Inc formerly | Marwich II Ltd | AHL-TECH| AXI LLC | Abundant Biofuels | Acciona SA | Acorn Technology Corporation | Agni UK Inc | AgriFuel Company | Agribiofuels LLC | Algenol Biofuels | Algodyne Ethanol Energy Inc | Allopartis Biotechnologies Inc | Alternative Energy Consultants | Alternative Energy Technology Inc formerly | The Alternative Energy Technology Center Inc |Alternative Liquid Fuels (ALF) | Alterra Bioenergy LLC | Colorado Centre for Biorefining and Biofuels C2B2 | Conergy AG | Continental Biofuels Corporation | Coolidge Petrosun Optimum Biodiesel Plant | Coulee Region Bio Fuels LLC | D1 Oils Plc | Dieselgreen Fuels | Propel Biofuels | Pure Biofuels Corporation formerly Metasun Enterprises Inc | PureVision Technology Inc | Range Fuels Inc formerly Kergy Inc | Raven Biofuels International Corporation | Renewable Power and Light | Rive Technology Inc | Riverland Biofuels LLC formerly Central Illinois Energy Cooperative Inc | Rusni Biofuels | SG Biofuels
Biofuels and Bioenergy-Companies in Asia
Bankchak Petroleum | Green Biologics | LanzaTech | Novozymes | Shengquan Group and Praj | PTT | Sinopec | TMO Renewables | Vinythai | Wilmar | Special recognition: Boeing | JK BioEnergy | Nishant Bioenergy P Ltd | Hefei Debo Bioenergy Science & Technology Co.,Ltd | ANDRITZ MeWa GmbH | PRODESA Medioambiente | Capistrano Biodiesel System | Biomass Asia Conference 2013 | The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) | Kirloskar Integrated Technologies Limited | LAMBION Energy Solutions GmbH | Advanced Biofuel Center | Colsen International b.v. | Biodiesel Business Academy | Acta Group | Pöyry Energy | International Hydropower Association (IHA) | Zhengzhou Zhengyang Machinery | Respose Waste Management & Research Pvt. Ltd, | The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) | AFM-Forest Ltd | MAFA i Ängelholm AB | Vitone Eco S.r.l. | Lindner-Recyclingtech GmbH | 3E | SgurrEnergy Ltd. |The Viessmann Group | EnviTec Biogas AG |Allance Pellet Machinery | CST Industries Inc | Ruixin Environmental Specialty Equipment Manufacturing Co.,Ltd. (RESEM) | Genap B.V. | EEC Engineering JSC.