International Biomass Virtual Conference March 15-17, 2021
The 14th Annual Biomass Conference & Expo, a BBI International Event, is taking place on March 16-17, 2021. North America’s largest biomass event, the conference is taking place virtually. Guests and attendees will enter online and will be greeted by a virtual expo hall. This year’s event has an amazing lineup of speakers, including our very own experts, Jason Krbec and Ron Reynolds.
Understanding that attendees frequent biomass conferences to learn the latest technologies, meet with other attendees, and also to connect with solutions they may not be aware of, the conference is a valuable opportunity to learn. However, since the onset of the pandemic, both companies and conferences have sought safety first. “It’s been somewhat of a rollercoaster this year and we recognized turning the International Biomass Conference & Expo into a virtual event would be the safest and most cost-effective option for our attendees, and it would also eliminate any hovering uncertainty,” John Nelson, vice president of operations, marketing & sales of BBI International noted online. The event will still offer content and networking opportunities in its virtual form but will allow attendees to rest assured that they’ll be safe while learning and connecting from their home or office. [Access schedule here]
Attendees can move from room to room, noticing and interacting with booths.
CV Technology’s booth is set up, decked out with downloadable brochures, online videos, and a spokesperson who will be able to interact and greet booth visitors.
The 2021 program will include presentations under the following tracks:
•Track 1: Pellets & Densified Biomass
•Track 2: Biomass Power & Thermal
•Track 3: Biogas & Waste-to-Energy
•Track 4: Advanced Biofuels & Biobased Chemicals
Kicking off Track 1, “Pellets & Densified Biomass,” the 8:30 am – 10:00 am panel will discuss “Staying in Tighter Control of Combustible Dust.” Jason Krbec will speak on the panel, addressing the topic of “New Combustible Dust Code for the Pellet Industry.”
Following Jason, Ron Reynolds will join the same Track, “Pellets & Densified Biomass.” He will join the 10:30 am-noon panel that is discussing “Tools and Tech for Fire and Explosion Mitigation.” Ron will address the topic of “High-Speed Infrared Spark Detection.”
Attendees can meet up with Jason and Ron at CV Technology’s virtual booth, and enter to win a Yeti cooler just for stopping by to connect!