Re-balancing the supply and demand landscape


DHD have produced the event literature for Argus Biomass 2017 which takes place on the 25-27 April at The Landmark, London.

Fossil fuel emissions savings, updates on the government’s sustainability criteria, coal-fired plant conversions and co-firing opportunities are some of the factors that are driving growth in the international biomass market.

Biomass remains a leading substitute for coal-fired power generation, and with investments and plans awaiting approval, the future of the industry certainly looks bright. In 2017, we expect that the industry will experience a spurt of growth due to new demand from plant conversions, stronger collaboration within the sector and increased activity in advancing technologies for cogeneration and co-firing.

With the industry reflecting on the European Commission’s recently announced sustainability criteria, learning how to demonstrate adherence to the new guidelines, identifying global demand growth and how to minimise risk in trading activities are all high on the agenda. Now is the perfect time for you to explore the future of the industry, the current policy direction and how best to position your business in this ever-changing environment.

The 8th Argus Biomass conference and exhibition is Europe’s leading international biomass event. This is a perfect platform for you to network with decision-makers from across the entire biomass supply chain, build new business relationships and explore the industry’s future with engaging content and extensive networking opportunities.

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