2nd Annual EBW Expo & Conference Held in Pittsburgh - Over 1,000 Expected
Attendees to Discuss New Technologies, New Business
PITTSBURGH, Pennsylvania, September 24 /PRNewswire/ -- North America's premier showcase and educational forum for the growing business of using waste materials and biomass as a significant resource in clean, green energy supply will take place in downtown Pittsburgh's David L. Lawrence Convention Center on October 14 to 16. The Energy from Biomass and Waste (EBW) Exposition & Conference is hosted by Germany-based Freesen & Partner GmbH in conjunction with Pittsburgh's Steel City Biofuels. Over 1,000 delegates are expected to gather to discuss the economic and environmental benefits of new energy conversion technologies.
This year's conference will run three days, kicking off with a Welcome Reception on the 14th and followed by two full days of forums and displays. Over 70 local and international organizations will be present to exhibit their products and services, highlighting the latest in sustainable energy production and safe waste handling. Conference topics are set to cover techniques, investment and finance, policy and regulation, and work development, in addition to a Youth Program with Career Forum that is new for 2008.
EBW 2008 is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the
Pennsylvania State University, the West Penn Power Sustainable Energy Fund,
and Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc. The event is part of the "energy from
biomass and waste" series, currently being held in the United States, the
United Kingdom and Germany.
Freesen & Partner GmbH, Dr. Ines Freesen,
Steel City Biofuels, Nathaniel Doyno,
|SOURCE Freesen & Partner GmbH|
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