Welcome to the 26th EUBCE in Copenhagen
We look forward to the 26th EUBCE in 2018 in Denmark and to the many vibrant topics that will be included in the agenda. The core of the traditional EUBCE conference will be held over 4 days.
There will however be an extension to the core conference and exhibition in order to showcase the many achievements in the field of full scale biomass utilisation in Denmark that are an integral and major part of the country becoming fossil-free by 2050. Members of the national organising committee will organise special technical visits to sites in the centre of the country where biomass is the key renewable feedstock into processes producing renewable energy, biofuels, biochemicals and biomaterials as well as integrating bioproducts into traditional established fossil-based systems.
Welcome from the Host Country
Denmark is very pleased to host the EUBCE 2018
"I would like to thank you for considering Copenhagen as a possible destination to host the 26th European Biomass Conference in May 2018. I am sure that it will be an interesting event and that Denmark will be a good host country with our vast experience with using biomass in the heating system.
I would be happy to deliver a speech at the European Biomass Conference.
I am looking forward to welcoming this big and interesting event to Copenhagen."
Lars Chr. Lilleholt
Danish Ministry of Energy,
Utilities and Climate
The Call for Papers for EUBCE 2018 is now open.
Be part of the cutting edge of research and innovation for biomass, their application and integration. Strengthen your network with the biomass research community, industry, investors in innovations and policy makers.
Contributions are welcome on all aspects of biomass.
Submit your abstract by 6 November 2017!
EUBCE Exhibition Outline in Final Preparation
The Exhibition extends from basic biomass systems and components to upstream technologies, innovations and new concepts. A perfect contact between researcher, stakeholders and producer: from industry and prime stakeholder organisations to Biomas research and development.
All details of the Exhibition show will be published in September 2017.