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  • Conference Programme 16.9.2014
    Nemestothy Austrian Chamber of Agriculture Energy Economics Energy Policy Austria 13 35 A Forest Sector Model for the Region Baden Württemberg in Germany Juliana Walkiewicz Matthias Dees and Eric Jessup Remote Sensing and Landscape Information Systems FELIS Albert Ludwigs University of Freiburg ALU FR Germany Thomas Heckelei and Wolfgang Britz EuroCARE GmbH Bonn Germany 13 55 Break 14 00 Sustainability Aspects 14 00 The Cool Project Session New results of the SECTOR Project Solid Sustainable Energy Carriers from Biomass by Means of Torrefaction Kathrin Bienert Janet Witt DBFZ Deutsches Biomasseforschungszentrum gemeinnützige GmbH Germany Jaap Kiel Michiel Carbo ECN Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands Ute Wolfesberger Schwabl OFI Austrian Research Institute for Chemistry and Technology Austria Daniela Thrän DBFZ and UFZ Helmholtz Zentrum für Umweltforschung GmbH Germany COmpeting uses of fOrest Land COOL Project Session Welcome Introduction Dr Kristina Gross PTJ Jülich WoodWisdom Net Dr Regina Rhodius Chair of Forest and Environmental Policy IFP University of Freiburg Germany 14 10 Managing Forests for Bioenergy Current Practices in Five European Countries Elena Górriz Forest Sciences Center of Catalonia CTFC Solsona Spain 14 20 Using Poplar for Pellet Production in Sweden Time Dependent Climate Impact Charlotta Porsö and Per Anders Hansson Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Department of Energy and Technology Sweden 14 25 Policies on Forest Based Bioenergy an Explorative Study Across Five European Countries Dr Berit H Lindstad Norwegian University of Life Sciences NMBU Department of Ecology and Natural Resource Management Norway 14 40 Sustainability Indicators for Local Heat Supply Systems Based on Renewable Energy Alexa K Lutzenberger ALRENE Engineering office Diana Hehenberger Risse Germany 14 40 Stakeholders Perceptions on Conflict and Synergies in the Context of the Use and Production of Energy Wood Dörte Marie Peters Chair of Forest and Environmental Policy IFP University of Freiburg Tina Wirth Forest

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  • Conference Programme 17.9.2014
    results and outlook Huber M B Huemer M MCI University of Applied Science for Environmental Process and Energy Engineering Austria Hofmann A MCI University of Applied Science for Environmental Process and Energy Engineering Technical University of Vienna Hofbauer H Technical University of Vienna Kreutner G T SynCraft Engineering Schwaz Berger H Thöni Industriebetriebe Telfs Mainusch H Stadtwerke Schwaz Herdin G PGES Jenbach Austria Bioenergy 2020 Austria 10 45 The Productivity of Scots Pine StumpHarvesting in South Ostrobothnia Region Ismo Makkonen Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences School of Food and Agriculture Finland Status and prospects of small scale gasifiers for power and heat applications review Ilkka Hiltunen Esa Kurkela VTT Finland Harrie Knoef BTG The Netherlands 11 05 Biomass Supply Logistics via Terminals for Large Scale Biomass Users Tapio Ranta Olli Jussi Korpinen Eero Jäppinen Lappeenranta University of Technology Matti Virkkunen VTT Finland Biomass CFB Gasification for Lime Kiln Application in the Pulp Paper Industry Jean Taillon Veli Matti Pietarinen Carbona Inc Finland 11 25 Simulation and Modeling of Wood Chip Container Logistics at Forest Landings Anders Eriksson and Raida Jirjis Dep of Energy and Technology Swedish University of Agricultural Science Lars Eliasson Skogforsk The Forestry Research Institute of Sweden Sweden Advanced Biomass Gasification Timo Honkola and Tero Joronen Valmet Ltd Matti Tiilikka EPV Ltd Finland 11 45 Large scale Biofuel Supply Possibilities to Helsinki Feedstock Availability and Logistics Eero Jäppinen Olli Jussi Korpinen Tapio Ranta Lappeenranta University of Technology Rauhamäki Janne Helsingin Energia Finland Improved Process Soncepts for Cost effective Production of Syngas from Biomass Esa Kurkela Ilkka Hannula Ilkka Hiltunen Minna Kurkela VTT Finland 12 05 Lunch 12 50 Postersession topics 2 and 5 13 50 Feedstock Characteristics Biomass resources and quality requirements for torrefaction SECTOR project Eija Alakangas and Martti Flyktman VTT Finland Javier Lemus and David Sanchez

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  • Conference Tours
    in the bioenergy se Read more Link to Bioenergy from Forest 2014 Material Presenation here Book of Preceedings here Read more Follow us on Read more There will be one tour on 18 9 2014 Industry Tour Tour starts 9 00 from Marina Congress Center and will return via Airport to Marina Congress Center by 16 30 New bio power plant Tolkkinen at Porvoo Power plant generates electricity and distict heat The plant s electrical capacity is 12 MW and district heat capacity 36 MW Porvoon Energia will produce 90 of it s district heat with wood Once Energy Chain Administration System by Protacon At yard Protacon will demonstrate it s energy chain administration system Once witch improves the increasingly environmentally friendly energy production of the plants by offering energy and emission reports as well as their easy forwarding to the authorities The system helps to follow both the carbon footprint and the fuel tracking Uniform real time information boosts all the energy chain operations and brings remarkable savings Data handling labor costs drop time optimization improves and delivery reliability and cost effectiveness throughout the whole chain increase Once suits perfectly the needs of the small local as well as big power and heat plants The system is easily connected to the existing and new equipments PAS Fuel Administration System that Protacon has developed for power plants can be regarded as Once System s predecessor In year 2012 Fuel for over 200 plants and factories size between 1 390 MW 250 000 truck loads and over 20 TWh energy including bio peat coal waste by products Over 20 000 fuel and other side product storages was managed by Once Hakevuori energywood terminal Hakevuori is a company for production handling and delivery of energywood since 2007 The company has its own

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  • Posters 2014
    from Folrest 2016 Conference is open Submit your abstract by 3 5 2016 Read more WBA is a supporting partner of Bioenergy from Forst 2016 Confernce The World Bioenergy Association WBA is the global organisation dedicated to supporting and representing the wide range of actors in the bioenergy se Read more Link to Bioenergy from Forest 2014 Material Presenation here Book of Preceedings here Read more Follow us on Read

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  • Bioenergy 2015 Confernce Programme 1.9.2015
    was completed on September 1998 The first boiler is 4 MW grate boiler fueled with peat wood industry by products and forest chips Flue gases are cleaned by multicyclone and fluegas condenser The condenser has also combustion air moisturizer to improve the condenser performance The condenser recovery capacity is 0 5 MW The heating plant has also 300 kW biogas boiler where the biogas is obtained from nearby sewage treatment plant During expansion in December 2014 a 10 MW bubling fluidized bed boiler was started Fluegas cleaning is by electrostatic precipitator The efficiency is improved by fluegas condenser 89 of Klaukkala district heat is produced by local fuels the remaining 2 is low sulphur oil used in peak boiler Rajamäki district heating plant was completed on February 2007 Boiler is 11 MW bubling fluidized bed boiler fueled with peat wood industry by products and forest chips The condenser recovery capacity is 2 MW Renewa offers advanced combustion solutions for local energy production using biomass in heat and power plants The company s solutions combine innovative technology and solid project experience with maintenance and lifecycle servicing Renewa supply biomass fired heat and power plants based on bubbling fluidized bed BFB boiler and grate boiler technologies as well as auxiliary plants and peak power plants using fossil fuels Fixteri Ltd and LHM Chipper Ltd Fixteri Oy is a company specialized in the harvesting technologies and the development of a comprehensive logistics chain of small dimensioned wood For years Fixteri have developed innovative felling technologies which also offer many benefits to forest owners With Fixteri s help you can increase the attractiveness eco efficiency and value of your forest and enjoy the direct profit provided by your forest As the first company in the world they have developed a logistics chain solution for

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  • Bioenergy 2015 Conference Programme 2.9.2015 - Benet
    Policies Markets and Sustainability Bioeconomy Session Energy Sector Business Opportunities in East Asia Commercial Counsellor Virtanen AJ Embassy of Finland Korea President Kim SH Joolpo Ltd Korea Bioeconomy in Finland Victorian Government Policy and Programs Organics Recovery Kelly Wickham and Lorna Mathieson State Victoria Government Australia Regulation to Promote Bioeconomy Joonas Alaranta Linnunmaa Oy Finland Sustainable Forest Management in Canada Executive Director Dana Collins Canadian Institute of Forestry Canada Health Issues in the Bioenergy Supply Chain Aims at Best Practices Kirsi Korpijärvi and Leena Fagernäs VTT Techinal Research Centre of Finland Ltd Kari Ojanen Kari Sirpa Laitinen Marjaleena Aatamila Juha Laitinen and Mika Jumpponen Finnish Institute of Occupational Health Hanna Koponen and Jorma Jokiniemi Department of Environmental Sciences Univ Of Eastern Finland Leena Korpinen Tampere University of Technology Finland Northern Ontario Bioeconomy Strategy Great Opportunities for Finland and Ontario Alliances Comments from Finnish point of view Principal Scientist Lauri Sikanen Natural Resources Institute Finland Finland System Modelling to Optimize Low Carbon Footprint Fuel Usage in Finnish Metallurgical Industry Carbo Hannu Suopajärvi Juho Haapakangas and Timo Fabritius Process Metallurgy Research Group University of Oulu Carl Mikael Wiklund and Henrik Saxén Department of Chemical Engineering Thermal and Flow Engineering Laboratory Åbo Akademi University Anssi Källi and Kirsi Korpijärvi VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd Thomas Kohl and Mika Järvinen Department of Energy Technology School of Engineering Aalto University Olli Mattila and Timo Paananen SSAB Europe Mika Päätalo and Paavo Hooli Outokumpu Chrome and Outokumpu Stainless Lauri Närhi Outotec Finland Leena Riekkola Feedstock Optimum Finland The development of renewable energies in Argentina a little known opportunity Evelin Goldstein and Matias Kulfas Idear Desarrollo and University of Buenos Aires Argentina Bio economy in Practice New Generation Modular and Factory Made Biogas Plant Units Produce Biomethane and Organic Fertilizer Products from Waste Dr Annimari

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  • Bioenergy 2015 Conference Programme 3.9.2015
    Kirsi Knuuttila Kimmo Puolamäki Mari Vasara and Hannariina Honkanen JAMK University of Applied Sciences Finland Classification of Used Wood to Biomass Fuel or Solid Recycled Fuel Eija Alakangas Technical Research Centre of Finland VTT Ltd Finland Biograte Efficient System for Power Production Manager Design Tarmo Hatunen KPA Unicon Finland Biomass Sourcing Solutions Terttu Leea Saarenpää and Petteri Pihlajamäki Pöyry Management Consulting Oy Finland On Future Competitiveness of Advanced and Conventional Biofuels Results from Least Cost Modelling of Biofuel Competition in Germany Markus Millinger Helmoltz Centre for Environmental Research UFZ Germany Once Energy Chain Administration System Heikki Hämäläinen Protacon Group Finland The Power of Local Energy Director Kari Liukko Renewa Ltd Finland 10 10 Coffee Break 10 40 Future Opportunities in Biomass Terminal Operations Kirsi Knuuttila Hannu Lähdevaara and Tarmo Lampila JAMK University of Applied Sciences Finland Torrefaction of Woody Biomass and Quality Properties of Torrefied Pellets Tapio Ranta and Jarno Föhr Lappeenranta University of Technology Hanne Soininen Mikkeli University of Applied Sciences Finland Solid Biomass Fuel Terminal Concepts and a Cost Analysis of a Satellite Terminal Concept Matti Virkkunen VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd Miska Kari Mantsinen Oy Ltd Finland Russian Finish cooperation in biomass sector pellets chips briquettes Dr Olga Rakitova The National Bioenergy Union Russia Forest Management Options Combined with Small Diameter Wood Harvesting and Supply Chain Alternatives to Utilize Young Pine Dominated Stands for Energy Purposes Kalle Karttunen and Tapio Ranta Lappeenranta University of Technology Juha Laitila Natural Resources Institute Finland Finland Conversion to Biomass Lessons Learned Steve Walsh Traxys Usa Estimating Availability of Logging residues for the Nakagawa Biomass Power Generation Plant Using Forest Management Plans at Aggregated Stands of Takahara Area in Tochigi Prefecture Japan Kazuhiro Aruga and Ryo Uemura Utsunomiya University Department of Forest Science Japan 12 00 Lunch 12 45 Poster

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  • Bioenergy 2015 Confernce Programme 4.9.2015
    Programme 0109 0209 0309 0409 Poster Fees Topics Call for Papers Key note Speakers Bioenergy 2015 B2B Bioenergy 2015 Newsletter Media Partners 2014 2013 2012 Bioenergy from Forest Conference Benet Ltd organised an international Bioenergy from Forest Conference in Jyväskylä

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