Afternoon tea-view about World Bioenergy attracted 86 diplomats from 45 countries


Source: Elmia AB

The traditional World Bioenergy tea view on 26 January in Stockholm was attended by 86 diplomats from 45 countries. The event gives an outlook on the development of the global renewable energy markets as well as a presentation of the World Bioenergy 2012 conference and exhibition.

We will come back with more comments on the pre-view. In the meantime, welcome to download the presentations.


Welcoming and introduction to World Bioenergy 2012

Gustav Melin, President, Swedish Bioenergy Association

Strengthening global trade through industrial development and investments in renewable green energy technology

Gunnar Oom, State Secretary to Minister for Trade

Consequences of the decision on a nuclear free Germany

Harald Kindermann, German Ambassador to Sweden

Securing a future sustainable bioenergy development through ISO 13065

Hans Nordström, Chairman WG3 ISO/TC 248

World Bioenergy – when renewable energy is urgent

Tomas Kåberger, Executive Board Chair, Japan Renewable Energy Foundation

World Bioenergy 2012 themes:

World Pellets 2012, Market Outlook, Energy Systems, Transportation, Biorefineries, Sustainability Day

Lena Dahlman, Vice president and programme manager for World Bioenergy 2012, Swedish Bioenergy Association

World Bioenergy as a platform for country representation – some hints and examples

Jakob Hirsmark, Product manager at Elmia AB and exhibition manager for World Bioenergy.

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