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November 17-18, 2021 at 10:00 AM GMT 
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We invite you to attend the 20th Bioenergy Congress on Bioenergy & Biomass all the global leaders in energy department to share their research at this exclusive scientific program held in London , UK during November 17-18, 2021 which based on the theme "Biomass sustainability ".
Scientific sessions of Bioenergy & Biomass 2021 includes Biomass Resources, Bio power, Biofuels, Bio based Chemicals and Materials, Integrated Biomass Systems and Assessment, Biochar, Global Renewable Bioenergy trends, H2 from Biomass, Conventional Combustion
Session 1Biomass Resources 
The term "biomass" means any plant derived organic  matter available on a renewable basis, including dedicated  energy crops and trees, agricultural food and feed crops, agricultural crop wastes and residues, wood wastes and  residues, aquatic plants, animal wastes, municipal wastes, and other waste materials. Handling technologies, collection logistics and infrastructure are important  aspects of the biomass resource supply chain.
 
Session 2Biopower
Biopower technologies are proven electricity generation options in the United States, with 10 gigawatts of  installed capacity. All of today's capacity is based on mature direct¬combustion technology. Future efficiency improvements will include co-firing of biomass in existing  coal fired boilers and the introduction of high-efficiency gasification combined¬cycle systems, fuel cell systems, and modular systems.
 
Session 3Biofuels
A variety of fuels can be made from biomass resources, including the liquid fuels ethanol, methanol, biodiesel, Fischer-Tropsch diesel, and gaseous fuels such as  hydrogen and methane. Biofuels research and  development is composed of three main areas: producing  the fuels, finding applications and uses of the fuels, and  creating a distribution infrastructure.
 
Biobased chemicals and materials are commercial orindustrial products, other than food and feed, derived  from biomass feedstocks. Biobased products include  green chemicals, renewable plastics, natural fibers, and  natural structural materials. Many of these products can  replace products and materials traditionally derived from  petrochemicals, but new and improved processing  technologies will be required.
 
The economic, social, environmental, and ecological  consequences in growing and using biomass are  important to understand and consider when addressing  technological, market, and policy issues associated with  bioenergy systems.
 
Session 6Biorefineries
An emerging concept for the UEMOA to be aware of is biorefineries. A biorefinery involves the co-production of a spectrum of bio-based products (food, feed, materials, chemicals) and energy (fuels, power, heat) from biomass.
 
Session 7Biochar
Any bioenergy production will lead to a removal of biomass from the land. This potentially leads to soil degradation, with negative effects on soil productivity, habitats, and off-site pollution. Pyrolysis , coupled with organic matter returned through biochar, addresses this dilemma, as about half of the original carbon can be returned to the soil. Biochar is a fine-grained charcoal high in organic carbon and largely resistant to decomposition. 
 
Demand from energy consumers has mostly coalesced around these three factors reliable, affordable, and environmentally. Each goal has responsible for the energy source. These trends will likely through two mutually reinforcing virtuous circles. The deployment of new technologies will help further decrease costs and improve integration.
 
Session 9H2 from biomass
Biomass is one of the most natural forms of H2-rich compounds consisting mainly of carbohydrates. Both amorphous (lignin) as well as crystalline and semi-crystalline regions (cellulose and hemicellulose) of biomass are rich in hydrogen and, thus, they serve as potential resources for the production of H2 using various chemical and thermochemical processes.
 
Direct combustion is the simplest and most widely used bioenergy technology for converting biomass to heat which can then be used for space heating or cooling, to heat water, for use in industrial processes, or to produce electricity via a steam engine or turbine. 
 
Session 11: Solar Energy
Solar energy is radiant light and heat from the Sun that is harnessed using a range of ever-evolving technologies such as solar heating, photovoltaics, solar thermal energy, solar architecture, molten salt power plants and artificial photosynthesis.
 

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The global biomass power market size was valued at USD 51.2 billion in 2020 and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.9% from 2020 to 2028. Favourable government regulations encouraging thermal power stations to switch from coal to cleaner fuels, such as biomass, are expected to play a vital role in the market growth over the forecast period. Biomass generates bioenergy that is used across several end-use markets to minimize dependence on fossil fuels, reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions, and improve the security of energy supply. Moreover, the decline in coal usage along with the growing use of wood biomass for distributed electricity production is anticipated to positively influence the industry landscape.

The U.S. market is projected to witness a substantial growth owing to rising implementation of climate change laws requiring usage of renewable sources for power generation purposes. Biomass fuels are used as a primary energy source in the U.S. and are majorly sourced from wood-derived biomass and municipal waste biomass

In addition, new developments aimed at using more biomass for fuel are set to boost regional market growth. Biomass serves as a sustainable and low-carbon alternative to conventional fossil fuels while allowing local groups to use domestically available biomass sources. It makes efficient utilization of crop residues, the unused portions of urban waste, and wood manufacturing wastes. The government organizations are emphasizing on utilizing biomass for electricity production as a part of energy security and energy efficiency strategy. Such initiatives aim to augment the share of clean renewables in the overall energy mix of national economies.

Bioenergy is the energy produced through the burning of biomass or biomass fuels. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), bioenergy power production rose by 5% in 2019 that is only a percent less than the 6% yearly rate required to meet the 2030 Sustainable Development Scenario goals. Market developments and recent policy changes in emerging nations are expected to further provide a positive outlook to the market growth.

Technology Insights
In 2020, the combustion segment occupied the largest revenue share of more than 80% and will retain the dominant position during the forecast years. Direct biomass combustion technology has relatively non-complex operations, higher reliability, and lower cost when compared to other advanced biomass power technologies. However, the segment may witness a decline with other efficient technologies taking over the market share.

The gasification segment is anticipated to attain the fastest growth rate over the forecast period owing to the high operational efficiency of the process. The process converts solid biomass into gaseous fuels that are further used to generate electricity with the remaining gas used as synthesis gas in chemical industries. Gasification technology is gaining traction owing to its ability to significantly reduce carbon emissions while producing a high calorific gas from a renewable source.

Anaerobic digestion plants serve as stand-alone energy plants near large volumes of forest or agricultural residue. Biogas production via anaerobic digestion is implemented at the household scale, village, and commercial scales in emerging economies of Asia Pacific, such as China and India. The process offers efficient management of abundantly available animal dung along with gas production for power generation, lighting, or cooking purposes.

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Feedstock Insights
The solid biofuel segment accounted for the largest revenue share of 79.1% in 2020. Solid biomass, such as crop waste, sawdust, and wood, are either used directly or processed into charcoal and briquettes for power generation, cooking, and heating purposes. However, burning solid biomass leads to an aggravation of severe climate change issues, which may hamper the segment growth over the forecast period.

Liquid biofuels include ethanol produced from grain and biodiesel produced from trans esterified vegetable oils blended with diesel. Biofuel serves as an alternative to internal combustion engines powered on kerosene, diesel, or gasoline, including usage in airplanes, ships, trucks, and passenger vehicles. Moreover, advanced liquid biofuels can provide an 80% emission reduction in aviation, heavy freight, and shipping. Technology commercialization is expected to boost the growth of advanced biofuels over the forecast period.

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