Early bird registrationends May 11. So why wait? Why pay $595 when you can pay $495? Think about it: what could you do with an extra $100?
Here are just some of the exciting business, information sharing and networking opportunities that await at the Canadian Bioeconomy Conference:
- Community Energy Workshop: Building Partnerships For Community Sustainability– A must-attend for local and First Nations governments, the clean tech sector, and energy managers considering local solutions
- Wood Products Safety Summit– Join government and private sector experts discussing wood products safety from all angles, coordinated and organized by the Wood Pellet Association of Canada
- Conference Opening Reception – Break the ice at Prince George’s own Crossroads Microbrewery, including brewery tours, sponsored by Clean Energy Consulting
- Industry-leading Conference Program– Always the best program in the bioeconomy in Canada, see all the featured speakers below
- Gala Networking Reception– Meet and network with industry suppliers, consultants and partners, in one place at the centre of Canada’s largest bioeconomy trade show, sponsored by Pinnacle Renewable Energy
- Industry Tour – Get an inside look at Canada’s largest pellet company’s operations
Space Still Available at Pre-Conference Workshops
Wood Products Safety Summit
June 6, 9:30 am – 4:30 pm
The Wood Pellet Association of Canada will be hosting this critically important event, featuring presenters from across all wood products manufacturing sectors, as well as representatives of WorksafeBC and the National Fire Protection Association. Cost is $100. Register now.
June 6, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Northern BC’s premier community energy workshop. It’s a must-attend for local and First Nations governments, the clean tech sector, and energy managers considering local solutions.
- Learn from Växjö, Sweden, a leader in bioenergy and the first city in the world to pledge to go with 100% renewable energy.
- Learn about actual projects being implemented by communities and entrepreneurs.
- Learn how to partner with the college and UNBC for education and research.
- Learn about building code changes, building with wood, and energy efficiency.
- Learn about plans to building infrastructure for electric vehicles.
The program will include plenaries, break-out sessions, and opportunities for networking. Lunch will be provided. Cost is $100. Register now.