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18 – 19 September 2012 – São Paulo, Brazil

As a world leader in bioenergy industry meetings, Green Power Conferences welcomes you to Biomass Power Generation Brazil. This two day information and networking conference will provide both new potential entrants and established energy market professionals the chance to hear from and meet with the thought leaders, regulators, financiers, utility companies, policy makers, engineers, technology providers and biomass producers who are driving the biomass-fired power sector forward in Brazil.

Just some of the speakers already confirmed:

· Keynote Speaker:Ozires Silva, Dean, Unimonte, Founder, Embraer, Former Director of Technology, AVAMAX & Former President, Petrobras

· Edvaldo Alves de Santana, Director, Brazilian Electricity Regulatory Agency (ANEEL)

· Francisco Burgos, Bioenergy Director, Organization of American States

· Jose Carlos de Miranda Farias, Director of Electricity Studies, Empresa de Pesquisa Energética (EPE)

· André Gohn, Energy Director, Braskem

· Sergio Granville, Technical Director and Head of Energy Risk Management, PSR

· Suleiman José Hassuani, Coordinator of R&D Energy Programme and Industrial Engineering, Centro de Tecnologia Canavieira (CTC)

· Amaury Junior, Managing Partner, Vision Brasil

· Gerhard Muggen, Managing Director, BTG BioLiquids

· Paulo Puterman, Director, Inovah Energia

· Emilio Rietmann, Executive Director, ERB – Energias Renovaveis do Brasil

· Valmir Roberto Silva, Chief Executive Officer, Redsol Energy

· Zilmar Souza, Bioelectricity Advisor, Brazilian Sugarcane Industry Association (UNICA)

· Breno Wottrich, Energy Industry Analyst, Frost & Sullivan

What will be debated?

· Understanding cogeneration and its economic and environmental benefits

· The importance of clean power supply to the energy strategies of Brazilian industrial giants

· How ethanol producers of all sizes are integrating CHP into their production line

· Recent advances in cogeneration technologies

· Government and Utilities’ policies and the economics of biomass power in Brazil

· Good carbon management and the economic viability of biopower projects

· Developing dedicated, low-cost, large-scale sources of biomass

· Driving Brazil’s wood-to-biopower sector with sustainability in mind

· Turning waste into money: biomass export markets and the potential of torrefaction

Book your place:

Call: +44 (0)20 7099 0600
Email Samantha.coleman@greenpowerconferences.com
Or book online at www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com/biopowerbrazil

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