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[GreenYes] Fwd: BioCycle 7th Annual Renewable Energy Conference


I'm used to thinking of BioCycle as a source of good information.  But lately they seem to be promoting all sorts of undesirable (from my point of view) burner schemes.  Wondering if others have opinions on this.....

Alan Muller
Green Delaware


From: "BioCycle Magazine" <BioCycle_Magazine@no.address>
To: greendel@no.address
X-ASG-Orig-Subj: BioCycle 7th Annual Renewable Energy Conference
Subject: BioCycle 7th Annual Renewable Energy Conference
Date: Mon, 23 Jul 2007 17:58:26 +0000

Please post this announcement on your website calendar of events and/or in an upcoming issue of your publication. Thank you for your consideration.

BioCycle is hosting its Seventh Annual Conference on Renewable Energy From Organics Recycling in Indianapolis, Indiana, on October 1, 2, 3, 2007. This Conference is organized by the editors of BioCycle, the Magazine For Advancing Composting, Organics Recycling and Renewable Energy. This three-day event will bring together project managers, policy makers, investors, technology and system providers, utilities, consultants, farmers and researchers. Agenda topics focus on latest developments in advanced systems, operations at innovative projects, economic and energy generation performance, and public policies that are helping to fund development of renewable energy. Conference highlights include:* Sustainable Path Too Energy Independence* States Champion Renewable Power, Fuels* Landfill Gas Recovery* Project Development, Finannancing Trends* Renewables In Regional Power Supply ChainââEURO¢ Composting Connections* Energy Production >From Food Proocessing, Industrial Organics* Anaerobic Digester Start-Ups* Large-Scale Ad Power Projects* Ethanol Production Dn Developments* Adding Value To Production By-Products >Speakers represent public and private sector renewable energy project managers from around North America, biofuels experts, energy market development specialists, and policy makers from state and local governments. The knowledge, resources and practical experience that these speakers bring to conference sessions will accelerate the learning curve of all participants -- and provide invaluable connections to people committed to reduciing reliance on fossil fuels through their projects, policies, technologies and services.


Conference cosponsors include: Great Lakes Biomass Regional Partnership; The National Biomass Partnership; Indiana Department Of Agriculture; Indiana Office Of Energy & Defense Development; Environmental & Energy Study Institute More information about the Conference is available at www.biocycle.net. Registration fee of $395 includes attendance at all Conference sessions on October 1 and 2, and all day tours on October 3. To register, visit www.biocycle.net, or call 610.967.4135, ext. 21. NOTE: For hotel reservations, call the Sheraton Hotel City Centre, (317) 635-2000, and request the BioCycle Conference rate of $109 single/double per night. This rate expires September 9, 2007.
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