Biomass ’09

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Biomass is no longer a long-range option for U.S. energy needs—it is a significant player. It has many near-term uses now, as seen in the ethanol and biodiesel industry, and holds hope as the largest global sustainable and renewable energy resource. By attending the Biomass `09: Power, Fuels, and Chemicals Workshop July 14-15, 2009, at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, North Dakota, you will: Hear cutting-edge presentations on new technology developments. Discover opportunities for economic production of power, transportation fuels, and chemical feedstocks from biomass. Network with researchers and potential partners and develop economic opportunities. Learn how you can become a part of this growing multibillion dollar industry.


  • Trends and opportunities in utilizing biomass
  • Biomass feedstocks and agriculture
  • Renewable policies and incentives
  • Second- and third-generation renewable fuels
  • Financing biomass-related projects
  • New innovations for biodiesel production
  • Biorefinery for chemicals and products
  • Biomass for heat and electricity

Who Should Attend

  • Industry representatives
  • Researchers
  • Farmers and rural landowners
  • Utility employees and management
  • Community and economic developers
  • Financial organizations and investors
  • Local, state, and federal government agency employees

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  • Event Type:
  • Workshops/Training Courses
  • Date:
  • Jul. 14-15, 2009
  • Venue:
  • The Alerus Center
  • Location:
  • Grand Forks, ND , USA

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