From 13 to 16 November 2012 in Hanover - Parallel with EuroTier 2012 - Stand registration deadline for exhibitors is 1 February 2012
(DLG). The world forum for decentralized energy supply next year will be the BioEnergy Decentral exhibition. As the organizer DLG (Deutsche Landwirtschafts-Gesellschaft - German Agricultural Society) reports, the exhibition will be held from 13 to 16 November 2012 at the Exhibition Grounds in Hanover and thus once again parallel with EuroTier. The entire bandwidth of technological developments in the field of bioenergy, renewable energies and decentralized energy supply will be presented at BioEnergy Decentral. At the last exhibition in 2010, over 550 exhibitors presented their products and services to a wide public of over 42,000 visitors, including around 6,000 international visitors. BioEnergy Decentral is organized by DLG in close cooperation with VDMA Power Systems and the Association of Local Utilities (VKU). The deadline for stand bookings by exhibitors is 1 February 2012.
Exhibition programme at BioEnergy Decentral – an overview
The exhibition programme comprises the areas of
- production of biogas, liquid biofuels, solid bi fuels
(energy plants, preparation, fermentation, gas cleaning, gas infeed, esterification, fuel use)
- renewable energies in the context of decentralized energy supply
- energy technology (electricity production, firing technologies, heat-power coupling, heating/refrigerating technology)
- ventilation and venting, waste air and waste gas cleaning
- recycling and waste disposal systems
- safety engineering
- energy distribution (electricity, heat and gas distribution systems)
- measuring, instrumentation and control engineering (process control systems, measuring technology, remote surveillance)
- trade in energy commodities
The exhibition programme is rounded off by a neutral advisory centre and a wide-ranging technical programme addressing current topics. Specials (shows within the show) in separate areas at Bioenergy Decentral pick up on current developments and provide insights into processes and methods through practice-driven demonstrations.