(EnergyAsia, January 29, Thursday) — Green Power Conferences will be holding the ‘BioPower Generation Asia’ conference in Singapore on March 25 and 26.

The conference aims to serve as a platform for participants to discuss issues as well as gain insight into market movements, policy frameworks, financial opportunities, new technologies, supply chain solutions and CDM opportunities.

Topics discussed include the biomass industry and emerging trends in Asia, biopower equipment, risk management, policy frameworks, biopower policy and energy security in Asia, power purchase agreements and feed-in-tariffs, business relationships between suppliers and power stations, financing and investment opportunities, and cost competitiveness.

Other issues covered include sustainable feedstock supplies, bioenergy production from woody biomass, biopower technology, waste-to-energy programmes, biogas power generation, environmental and social impact assessment of biogas plants, biomass gasification technologies, the management of logistics and the supply chain.

Speakers at the event include Toshikazu Masuyama (Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry), Duncan Ritchie (Aequero), Arul Joe Mathias and Balasankari (Renewable Cogen Asia), Robert Eden (Organics Group), Sunil Dhingra (India’s The Energy and Resources Institute), Emmy Perdanahari (Indonesia’s Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources), William Byun (Sindicatum Carbon Capital), Chris de Lavigne (Frost and Sullivan),

Takashi Hongo (Japan Bank of International Cooperation), William Pazos (Standard Bank), Sverre Tvinnereim (Food and Agricultural Organisation), Barrie May (Australia’s CSIRO), Sribas C. Bhattacharya (International Energy Initiative), West Stewart (PHILBIO), Bernhard Raninger (Shenyang Institute of Aeronautical Engineering), Heinz-Peter Mang (University of Science and Technology Beijing), Tay Wee Kwang (China Enersave), and Vernon Tan (AES).

The post conference workshop, ‘CDM in the BioPower Industry’, will be held on March 27.

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