EBA announces 2016 Conference in Ghent, Belgium

Taking place on 27-29 September, the 3rd edition of the EBA Conference enhances anaerobic digestion and gasification.

A unique event co-hosted with the University of Ghent

The upcoming Conference will revolve around biogas, syngas and biomethane production, along with digestate, biorefineries, and sustainable raw materials supply; along with a special feature of the future of biogas and biomethane markets. Some high-level speakers have already been confirmed, and many more are expected to join in the following months. Among those confirmed are: Giovanni La Via (Member of the European Parliament), Professor Bruce Dale (Michigan State University) and Professor Erik Meers (University of Ghent), with many more to come.

Call for posters

Following former editions, the event will run a parallel display of posters on all conference topics, during coffee and lunch breaks. Participants from both the academia and the industry are encouraged as well to submit their scientific posters, which will be evaluated along with their oral presentations by the Scientific Advisory Council (SAC) of EBA. The submission deadline is set by 31 March 2016 and presenters will be notified by April 2016.

Sponsorship opportunities

Expected to draw more than 300 participants to this edition, the dedicated and unique audience of the Conference provides the perfect opportunity for exposure to a sector as rich and growing as anaerobic digestion and gasification. Interested parties can benefit from different sponsorship packages and attractive options specially tailored to fit their exposure needs.

Registrations for the Conference are welcomed as of January 2016 via the dedicated website. Prices starting from 150 and 300 EUR are offered for students and EBA members respectively, although every interested party will be able to benefit from an Early Bird promotional fee until June 1 2016.

More information on the Conference website here, or contacting the EBA office here.