BIOMASS AND ENERGY EFFICIENCYINTERNATIONAL BIOENERGY CONGRESS
He started the 9th International Congress of Bioenergy in the framework of the first edition deExpobiomasa 2014 event in its first edition has been organized by AVEBIOM, in collaboration with IDAE, the Castilla and Leon, the city of Valladolid and Fair INTERNATIONAL BIOENERGY CONGRESS and runs until 23 October 2014. The objective of the International Congress of Bioenergy, help organize a global market of biomass that is sustainable both economically and environmentally.
There are two issues to be addressed at the International Congress of Bioenergy: advances in packaging, storing, palletizing and roasting to increase the competitiveness of bioenergy and international market analysis pellet.
Expobiomasa 2014 will bring a total of 417 exhibiting companies and brands from 25 countries to be distributed in 26,000 m2 of exhibition space. While the prospects of biomass as a renewable energy aimed at developing and increasing the production of wood chips and pellets in 2014 Expobiomasa have not forgotten other related biomass for energy sectors: technologies for the use of agricultural and forest INTERNATIONAL BIOENERGY CONGRESS crushing and chipping manufacturing and agricultural biomass pellets and INTERNATIONAL BIOENERGY CONGRESS production, storage and distribution of pellets and INTERNATIONAL BIOENERGY CONGRESS stoves, fireplaces and boilers both household and industrial use of pellets
Ample space to promote the development of bioenergy sector in Spain and publicize the possibilities and applications not only biomass but also of the bioenergy sector in general. Recall that the use of biomass as an energy source in the communities of owners brings many economic benefits as much environmental. Bioenergy is a lower-cost source of renewable energy that other energy sources from fossil waste is a renewable energy source thanks to the high efficiency of the technology used reduces the emission of CO2 into the atmosphere contributing to sustainability the environment and also the use of biomass and bioenergy in the air conditioning systems of a condominium allows for the maximum energy efficiency rating (Class A) constituting, according to the Technical Building Code in an alternative to the solar thermal energy.