Webinar on


April 23, 2021

Webinar on Bioenergy

We invite you to attend the Webinar on  Bioenergy  all the global leaders in energy department to share their research at this exclusive scientific program held  during April 23, 2021 which based on the theme "Biomass sustainability". which incorporates keynote shows, oral talks, young analysis forum, technical workshops, poster shows, video presentation and exhibitions. During this Webinar, our organizing committee cordially invite participants from the world to be a neighbourhood of the Webinar in Bioenergy 2022 for increasing a replacement horizon aims to share new research and technical ideas among the professionals, industrialists, researchers and students within the world of biofuels, bioenergy, chemical engineering, chemistry and physics to share their recent innovations and applications in varied fields and enjoys interactive discussions and technical sessions at the event.. 

Scientific sessions of Bioenergy includes Bioenergy Resources, Bio power, Biofuels, Bio based Chemicals and Materials, Integrated Biomass Systems and Assessment

Session 1: Bioenergy Resources
The term "Bioenergy" 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 bioenergy resource supply chain.

Session 2: Bio power
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 bioenergy in existing  coal fired boilers and the introduction of high-efficiency gasification combined¬cycle systems, fuel cell systems, and modular systems.

Session 3: Biofuels
A variety of fuels can be made from bioenergy 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.

Session 4: Biobased Chemicals and Materials
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.

Session 5: Integrated Bioenergy Systems and Assessments
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.

  • Bioenergy Resources
  • Bio power
  • Biofuels
  • Biobased Chemicals and Materials
  • Integrated Biomass Systems and Assessments

3 Renowned Speakers


East Carolina University, USA
United States of America


University Of South Carolina, USA
United States of America


Kobe University, Japan