Conference on Renewable Energy, BioFuels, Anaerobic Digestion in Minneapolis Oct. 30

Date: October 11, 2006

Source: BioCycle Magazine

BioCycle Magazine invites you to attend its Sixth Annual BioCycle Conference on Renewable Energy From Organics Recycling in Minneapolis, MN, from October 30 - November 1, 2006. The conference, brings together project managers, policy makers, investors, technology and system providers, utilities, consultants, farmers and researchers, will focus on the latest developments in advanced systems, operations at innovative projects, economic and energy generation performance, and public policies that help fund development. For more information, and a complete agenda, visit: www.jgpress.com/conferences1/conferences1.html.

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You are invited to attend:

Minnesota Conference On Renewable Energy, BioFuels, Anaerobic digestion and Energy Independence

October 30, 31, November 1, 2006
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Ramada Mall of America

For full conference agenda please visit:
www.jgpress.com/conferences1/conferences1.html

BioCycle is hosting its Sixth Annual BioCycle Conference on Renewable Energy From Organics Recycling in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on October 30, 31 and November 1, 2006. This Conference, organized by the editors of BioCycle, Journal of Composting and Organics Recycling, brings together project managers, policy makers, investors, technology and system providers, utilities, consultants, farmers and researchers. Agenda topics focus on latest developments in advanced systems, operations at innovative projects, economic and energy generation performance, and public policies that are helping to fund development.

Conference highlights include: Bioenergy-Based Local Economies; Energy Independence With Organics Recovery; Global Warming Realities and Solutions; European Experiences, Market Realities; Building Plants in the Midwest; Policies and Feedstocks for Energy Generation; Anaerobic Digestion of Industrial, Municipal Waste; Opportunities Growing in Commercial Biomass Use; Anaerobic Digester Performance on Farms; Business of Biofuels; Creating Bioproducts and Renewable Energy. Technologies and systems to be covered include anaerobic digestion for municipal, industrial and agricultural waste streams; ethanol and biodiesel production; combined anaerobic digestion and composting; gasification; hydrogen production; and fast pyrolysis (bio-oil).

Speakers include public and private sector renewable energy project managers from around North America, biofuels experts, energy market development specialists, and policy makers from state and local governments. The knowledge, resources and practical experience that these speakers bring to conference sessions will accelerate the learning curve of all participants and provide invaluable connections to people committed to reducing reliance on fossil fuels through their projects, policies, technologies and services.

Conference cosponsors include: USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service; Environmental And Energy Study Institute; Focus On Energy; Great Lakes Biomass Regional Partnership; Minnesota Pollution Control Agency; Hennepin County; Minnesota Project; NRG Processing Solutions/Specialized Environmental Technologies, Inc.

More information about the "Renewable Energy From Organics Recycling" Conference is available on BioCycle¹s web site, www.biocycle.net.

Registration fee of $395 includes attendance at all Conference sessions on October 30 and 31, and all day tours on November 1 to a wood-fired combined heat and power plant, landfill producing biogas for electricity; and an anaerobic digester at a dairy farm. To register, visit www.biocycle.net, or call 610.967.4135, ext. 21. NOTE: Please make your hotel reservations at the Ramada Mall of America by calling 800-328-1931 (Monday-Friday, 8 am to 5 pm) or 952-854-3411, and request BioCycle Conference rate of $89 single/double/night. Conference room rate expires October 9, 2006.

BioCycle, Journal of Composting and Organics Recycling
419 State Avenue
Emmaus, PA 18049
610-967-4135, ext. 22
www.biocycle.net.

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