Contacts / Informations
- Phone: 001-312-494-2180
- Fax: 001-312-644-0738
- E-Mail Address: email@example.com
- Url: http://www.gaccom.org
- Postal Address: 401 N Michigan Ave, Suite 3330
- Contact Person: Bernadett Steiner
The German American Chambers of Commerce are organizing a delegation for German companies in the bioenergy industry looking to enter the North American Market. The initiative is supported by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology.
The German American Chamber of Commerce of the Midwest, Inc. (GACCoM) is pleased to announce the BioEnergy Business Conference on Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010 in Des Moines, Iowa. The conference will feature a delegation of German companies, who will share their experiences in implementing innovative bioenergy technologies. Key topics will include:
Topics presented will include:
- Gasification Systems
- Methane Digesters
- Fermentation Technologies
- Biomass Feedstocks
- Project Development
- Partnering Opportunities
and other related areas.
The BioEnergy Business Conference is an opportunity to learn about the latest developments in the German and US Bioenergy markets. Partnering opportunities between both countries in this field will also be addressed. The conference will feature leading speakers from both the US and Germany.
GACCoM is organizing 1-on-1 meetings for the German delegation companies with potential US business partners, both before and after the event. For more information on the German delegation companies please click here.
09:00-09:20am Welcome & Introduction
09:20-10:30am Panel I - Bioenergy in Germany with Q&A session
10:30-11:00am Break & Networking
11:00-12:00pm German Company Presentations - Part I
12:00-01:00pm Lunch & Networking
01:00-01:30pm Bioenergy in the US - An Overall Perspective
01:30-02:30pm German Company Presentations - Part II
02:30-03:00pm Break & Networking
03:00-04:30pm Panel II - Bioenergy in the US with Q&A session
04:45pm End of the Conference
The BioEnergy Business Conference is supported by the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology (BMWi) as part of the Renewable Energies Export Initiative.