Winter Crops for Bioenergy and More

Biomass Combustion Emissions and Health: Re-thinking Regional Priorities

June 9, 2011
Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center
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About the Event

The past 12 months have seen remarkable shifts in emissions policy in America, with the release of new EPA regulations, growth of local regulations on some equipment, and the designation of portions of the Northeast as “particulate matter non attainment” areas, there is a great deal of interest in this complex issue. Regulatory uncertainty, fluctuating fossil fuel prices, and technological developments all add to a current situation that can seem very complicated. 

Join us for this important one-day short course in which we bring together some of the nation’s top experts in emissions and bioenergy to:

Who Should Attend?

This short course is ideally suited for policy makers and government officials who are interested in learning more on this topic and engaging in a dialogue towards a goal of healthy, sustainable energy. Equipment manufacturers and project developers should also plan on attending and gaining valuable insight on new developments in this area.

Speakers

We are pleased to have some of the state and nation's top experts in biomass combustion and emissions speaking at this event. This is an outstanding opportunity to interact with leaders in the field and gain real understanding about what can sometimes be a complex topic. Speakers include:

Registration Information

Register online at: http://guest.cvent.com/d/ldq6p0

Registration cost: $100 (Early Bird Fee is $75.00 - Must register before May 25, 2011). - includes lunch, morning and afternoon coffee break.

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State and Local Government Officials Registration Information

Register online at: http://guest.cvent.com/d/ldq6p0

Registration cost: $40 (Early Bird Fee is $15.00 - Must register before May 25, 2011). - includes lunch, morning and afternoon coffee break.

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Contact

If you have questions, please contact:

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