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8tH IntErnatIOnal EvEnt: SOLD OuT iN 2011 www.greenpowerconferences.com +44 (0)20 7099 0600 2012 Keynote Speakers Philip New, Chief Executive Officer, BP Biofuels Farah Karimi, Executive Director, Oxfam Novib Endorsers: Silver Sponsor: Official Offset Partner: in 2 intense Days - attendees Will: n Meet biomass directors from 9 major utilities, who are responsible for biomass strategy and sourcing n Save time and money by meeting key business leads under the same roof: 22% utility attendance at 2011’s sell out event n Hear best practice case studies on operating profitable biomass power plants n Gain practical advice from investors on how to overcome financial bottlenecks n Hear case studies to successfully build robust international supply chains n Examine the latest technological advances in torrefaction 13-14 March 2012, Rotterdam, The Netherlands JOiN LEaDiNG uTiLiTiES aT EuROPE’S PREMiER LaRGE SCaLE BiOMaSS POWER GENERaTiON EVENT Learn from industry leading biomass power plant operators, including: Hear from 11 major utilities and plant operators Standing Room Only in 2011 Book Now: +44 (0)20 7099 0600 or Online: www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com/biopower Organised By: Sean Ebnet, Director of New Business, Drax Jorrit Hachmer, Vice President of Biofuel Trading & Development, RWE Robert Zadora, Vice President, GDF Suez Polska Neil Bailey, Head of UK Biomass, Npower Richard van den Broek, Head of Biomass Downstream Asset Development, Vattenfall Dr. Bernhard Graeber, Director of Renewable Energies and International Climate Projects, EnBW Fredrik Bodecker, Head of Market Trading, DONG Energy Emilio Rietmann, Managing Director, ERB Karine Culerier, Senior Market Analyst, RWE Maarten Gnoth, Manager of Sustainability Projects, Electrabel Calum Wilson, Managing Director, Forth Energy Co-located with: Gold Sponsor: Principal Sponsor:
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8tH IntErnatIOnal EvEnt: SOLD OuT iN 2011

www.greenpowerconferences.com+44 (0)20 7099 0600

2012 Keynote Speakers

Philip New, Chief Executive Officer,BP Biofuels

Farah Karimi, Executive Director,Oxfam Novib

Endorsers: Silver Sponsor:OfficialOffsetPartner:

in 2 intense Days - attendees Will:

n Meet biomass directors from 9 major utilities,who are responsible for biomass strategy andsourcing

n Save time and money by meeting key businessleads under the same roof: 22% utilityattendance at 2011’s sell out event

n Hear best practice case studies on operatingprofitable biomass power plants

n Gain practical advice from investors on how toovercome financial bottlenecks

n Hear case studies to successfully build robustinternational supply chains

n Examine the latest technological advances intorrefaction

13-14 March 2012, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

JOiN LEaDiNG uTiLiTiES aT EuROPE’S PREMiERLaRGE SCaLE BiOMaSS POWER GENERaTiON EVENT

Learn from industry leading biomass power plant operators, including:

Hear from 11 major

utilities andplant operators

StandingRoom Only

in 2011

Book Now: +44 (0)20 7099 0600 or Online: www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com/biopower

Organised By:

Sean Ebnet, Director of New Business,

Drax

Jorrit Hachmer, Vice President of Biofuel Trading & Development,

RWE

Robert Zadora, Vice President,

GDF Suez Polska

Neil Bailey, Head of UK Biomass,

Npower

Richard van den Broek, Head of Biomass DownstreamAsset Development,

Vattenfall

Dr. Bernhard Graeber, Director of Renewable Energies

and International Climate Projects, EnBW

Fredrik Bodecker, Head of Market Trading,

DONG Energy

Emilio Rietmann, Managing Director,

ERB

Karine Culerier, Senior Market Analyst,

RWE

Maarten Gnoth, Manager of Sustainability Projects,

Electrabel

Calum Wilson, Managing Director,

Forth Energy

Co-located with:

Gold Sponsor:

Principal Sponsor:

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Meet leading European UtilitiesBiopower Generation has an excellent track record ofattracting major utilities and plant operators, including:

CEZ, Dalkia, Dong, Drax, EDF, Eesti Energia, Electrabel, ENECO,Enel, EniPower, E.On, Essent Energy, Fortum, Goteborg Energi,KMW Energi, Landkom, MVV, Npower, NV Energy, Ontario PowerGeneration, RWE, Scottish & Southern, Vattenfall, VEaB, Veolia.

Our 2012 agenda includes representatives from major utilitiesand biomass power plant operators. Join us in rotterdam andmeet key business leads in just two days and find out their futureplans for developing biomass plants and sourcing feedstocks.

access Entire Value Chain at BiopowerGeneration 2012:

Year-on-Year Consolidated Growth

Book Now – Call +44 (0)20 7099 0600

n 36% Board and Director level

n 21% Senior Management

n 11% Press

n 10% Business Development

n 8% Consultant/advisors

n 7% researchers/analysts

n 5% Engineers and Developers

n 2% Finance and Investment

36% Board and Director Level in 2011

10 KEY REaSONSTO aTTEND BiOPOWER GENERaTiON 2012

1. utility attendance and FocusMeet more utility representatives involved in biopowerproduction and sourcing than at any other event this year

2. attend World Biofuels Markets Keynote SessionsHear global thought leaders share their views on keyissues that impact the rapidly growing bioenergyindustry

3. Meet Key Decision Makers36% of attendees at the 2011 Congress were at Board orDirector level, don't miss out on this fantasticopportunity to meet the people who are driving thebiomass power generation industry

4. Gain insights into Building Robust internationalSupply Chains

With demand set to exceed supply in Europe, find outhow key utilities are building robust internationalsupply chains

5. Meet Financiers investing in Biomass ProjectsFind out what investors are looking for before committingto a project in these challenging financial markets

6. More utility & Project Developer Case StudiesHear first-hand case studies from rWE, Drax, nPower,Electrabel, Dong Energy, Forth Energy, GDF Suez,Essent, vattenfall and Heidelberg Cement

7. Receive updates on Technological advancesleaders in torrefaction and bio-coal will explore theeconomics of the global markets and the availablesupply of biomass

8. Save Time and Money: Meet Key BusinessLeaders under One Roof

With our track record of bringing together major utilitiesand developers, you can network with many potentialbusiness partners in just two days

9. Gain access to 1500+ Bioenergy ProfessionalsCo-located with the World Biofuels Markets Congress,Europe’s largest biofuels event, you will have theopportunity to network with bioenergy professionalsfrom around the world

10. Hear From Suppliers & Service Providersat the Biopower Generation village on the WorldBiofuels Markets exhibition floor

"A great event"Weyerhaeuser Solutions

Dear Colleague,

I would like to take this opportunity to invite you to attend the 8thInternational Biopower Generation Conference.

the European biomass power generation market continues to expand withutilities and energy-intensive industries converting existing coal fired plants orbuilding new ones. Forecasts estimate that the global installed capacity ofbiomass could reach 150,000MW by 2030.

We know that now, more than ever, constrained budgets mean you may only beable to attend one Biomass conference in 2012. So, why will this conferencebring you the most return for your money and time out of the office?

the 2012 event will bring together representatives from leading utilities,developers, investors, feedstock and technology suppliers to share experiencesand do business. In just two days, delegates will hear first-hand case studies ondeveloping power plants, finance, fuel supply chains and the latestdevelopments in torrefaction.

this event has seen consistent year-on-year growth, and with 36% of attendeesin 2011 at board or director level and 22% Utility attendance, this is anunrivalled opportunity to generate leads essential to the future success of yourbiomass business.

Co-located with the 7th annual World Biofuels Markets Congress, delegateswill have access to the strategic keynote sessions, exhibition and networkingopportunities with 1500+ bioenergy executives.

See you in rotterdam.

Claire PooleEvent Director

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Book Now – Online at: www.worldbiofuelsmarkets.com/biopower

Benefit from 7+ hours of networking with bioenergy professionals

Day One: Tuesday, 13 March

08.00 registration and Welcome Coffee

08.45 Chairman's Opening address

09.00 Opening Keynote: an Outlook for 2012 and Beyond Since we last convened in 2011 there have been events and activitiesthat have changed the way we view the biomass market. thisopening keynote session will give a blue sky thinking approach to theindustry and have key players in the bioenergy space give their viewson the future of the biomass industry. With these factors in mind,what scale will the biomass industry grow to in the coming years?

• the effect of nuclear power phase out in Germany, Switzerlandand Japan, significant reduction in EU base load power, creationof demand for biomass

• Global economics and new demand from asia – what affect willthis have in medium term?

• Scaling Up Market Update: an overview of key upcoming projectactivity and developments

• Developing trade and market instruments – can biomass ever be atraded commodity?

Dr. Bernhard Graeber, Director of RenewableEnergies and International Climate Projects, EnBW

10.30 networking refreshment Break

11.30 Beyond Carbon Policy &SustainabilityPolicy changes are driving the economic attractiveness of biomasspathways, as well as affecting the areas that biomass can beextracted from. Carbon policy and sustainability remain the leadingfactors for this, however as well as this there are other factors toconsider. Understanding the ecological implications of biomassharvesting will be the key to ensure the successful future of theindustry.

• Update on sustainability, carbon policy and GHG lifecycleassessment across supply chain

• Understand the development of differing sustainabilityapproaches: will it ever be feasible to unify the schemes tosimplify the marketplace for both buyers and sellers?

• Biomass Electricity GHG lifecycles – where do carbon emissionsoccur in supply-chains and where are the opportunities for furthercost-effective reductions?

• Understand the affect that biomass removal has on water quality,habitats, biodiversity and socio economic considerations of the

area to ensure true sustainability

Karine Culerier, Senior Market Analyst, RWE

Maarten Gnoth, Manager Sustainability Projects, Electrabel (GDF SuEZ Energy NL)

Bernard Mathieu, Director, Group Environment Strategy, Heidelberg Cement

Peter Rechberger,General Manager, European Pellet Council

andre Faaij, Associate Professor, Coordinator Research EnergySupply and System Studies,Copernicus institute

13.00 networking lunch Break

14.00 Building a Secure Global BiomassSupply Chainthe overarching concern of the entire biomass industry is: wherewill the demand for biomass come from, and who is leading the waywith supply? this session will focus on this key issue, with anoutlook from the key stakeholders in the global value chain.

• Can we expect a buyers or sellers market? Global outlook: whatprojects are coming on line in the next 3-5 years?

• How can the global supply chain meet the demand from the EU(driven by the rED Directive), increasing demand from the US andCanada, and from the rapidly growing economies of China and India

• the role of the Utility in terms of demand and as catalysts to themarket

• Securing your biomass supplies: how to design an effectiveprocurement strategy and this differs from coal or gas

Jorrit Hachmer,Vice President of Biofuels Trading, RWE

Emilio Rietmann, Managing Director, ERB Brasil

James Leitheiser,Director of Biomass Business Development, & Marvin Ray Risco, President,Weyerhaeuser Solutions

15.30 networking refreshment Break

16.00 The Future of Cogeneration

With reports that coal accounts for one fifth of all greenhouse gasemissions worldwide, it’s clear why converting coal power plants toco-fire with biomass is being encouraged. this session will look atovercoming hurdles to retrofitting and whether converting coal powerplants to dedicated biomass will be possible in the near future.

• How Combined Heat and Power can increase output andmaximise resources

• Steps to retrofit your coal power plant to prevent closure by 2015under EU’s large Combustion Plant Directive

• Gasification and pyrolysis – getting from demonstration tocommercial scale

• the next step: converting coal-fired power stations to burn onlybiomass

Sean Ebnet, Director of New Business, DraxRichard van den Broek, Head of BiomassDownstream Asset Development,VattenfallNeil Bailey, Head of UK Biomass, Npower Renewables

17.30 networking Drinks reception

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"I came here with a list of people I wanted to meet and met them all" vecoplan

Day Two: Wednesday, 14 March

08.00 registration and Welcome Coffee

Morning Plenary Keynotes: Co-located with

08.45 Transitioning to a Global Bio-economythere are a huge number of external factors that affect ourtransition to a global bioeconomy; oil price volatility, the lack of aunified global policy, climate change, sustainability and demand.this session will incorporate Government and Commercialviewpoints to look at these factors, and what we can do to ensurethe future of a global bioeconomy. Moderated by BBC newsnight’sJeremy Paxman.

• a closer look at trade and policy issues and the impact these arehaving on transitioning to a global bio-economy

• Understand the interaction between energy policies, food systemsand global trade

• What steps need to be taken to counteract the externalinfluences on a global bioeconomy

Robert Zubrin, Author, Energy VictoryPhilip New, Chief Executive Officer, BP Biofuels

10.15 Food vs. Fuel: The Global DebateContinuesBiofuels have been commercially used in some regions for up to 20years, yet there is still disquiet over the impact they are having onfood stocks, pricing and poverty. For the first time, we will host afully interactive debate, moderated by BBC newsnight’s JeremyPaxman, to allow key figureheads in the industry to give theirviewpoints and debate in real time. as a delegate you will also haveyour say, with Q&a from the audience throughout.

• Sort the wheat from the chaff: what are the true facts and figuressurrounding this debate

• Understand what the biofuels industry is looking to achieve re:waste, second generation etc

• Hear from biofuels detractors about their real issues with theindustry and what they would like to see in the future

Farah Karimi, Executive Director, Oxfam Novib

11.15 networking refreshment Break

11.45 Wood-to-Biopower Generation

a broader look at this well-established sector – examine where theuse of wood as a biomass resource fits in to the timber industry as awhole, as well as specific market economics, efficiency, supply anddemand in the industry.

• Supply and demand: the real market potential from timber-derived products for biopower generation

• Competition or Coexistence between the biomass and forestproducts industry: what’s the dynamic now and will this continue?

• Understand the key challenges for the long term supply of woodfor biomass

• a look at minor plant modifications for existing coal-fired powerplants to be co-fired with wood

Calum Wilson,Managing Director,Forth Energy

Finn Norman Jensen, Global Marketing Manager, andritz

13.00 networking lunch Break

14.30 Torrefaction: The Turning Point forThe Biomass industrythe science behind torrefaction isn’t in question – but there areobstacles such as the economics of scale that plague the industry oftorrified biomass. this session will bring together leaders in the fieldto explore the economics of the global torrefaction markets and theavailable supply of the biomass.

• Global Outlook: what does the future hold for torrefied biomassor pellets outside of Europe?

• Economics: Demystifying the mass and energy balance oftorrefaction – why is there so much confusion?

• Supply: Is there enough torrified material being produced tosupply large scale facilities?

• the advantages and disadvantages compared to wood pellets

Robin Zwart, Research Coordinator, ECNNeal Gutterson, President and Chief ExecutiveOfficer, Mendel BiotechnologyEwout Maaskant, Chief Executive Officer, Topell Energy

16.00 networking refreshment Break

16.30 Finance & investment:Entrepreneurs Forumas with all the bioenergy markets, the key issue with biomassprojects is investment. this innovative Forum will bring togetherproject developers and corporate financiers who are looking toinvest in biomass projects.

• Opening up a dialogue between project developers and proactivecorporate financiers: let’s push things forward

• Understand the impact that lack of certainty over regulation andcommodity risk is having on investment entering the supply chain

• Hear from key investment companies re: their views on theindustry and what they look for when analysing the credibility ofbiomass projects

Fredrik Bodecker, Head of Market Trading, DONG EnergyRobert Zadora, Vice President, GDF Suez Polska Gavin Maxwell, Chief Executive Officer, Coolfin Partnership

18.00 networking Drinks reception

18.30 3rd annual Sustainable Biofuels awards

introduction to Bioenergy Economics & MarketsFactors which impact the economics and competitiveness of Bioenergy

Thursday, 15 March: Day Three

Quantifying Biomass Supply• Biomass as an energy store, including the importance of energy density.• Calculating the energy potential (and limits) of biomass.• land use and cultivation (the fuel vs. food debate).• Challenges in scaling up bioenergy.• Challenges in making bioenergy sustainable and secure.

Bioenergy Markets and Policies• Current bioenergy markets and trends.• the competitive context of bioenergy.• Bioenergy policies and their impact on bioenergy supply and economics.• Supply chain factors.• Models and predictions of bioenergy’s role in future energy supply.

Economic issues around Biofuels • liquid and gaseous biofuels, and their market context, including specific

opportunities.• Supply chain cost contributions; including feedstock, capital and operating costs.• When and where might 2nd generation biofuels be economically viable?

Economic issues around Biopower • Understanding power markets and how electricity is priced.• the pros and cons of biomass as a fuel for power (and heat) generation.• Small or large-scale biopower: which makes most economic sense?• the costs of biopower, including lifecycle costs relative to other sources, both fossil

and renewable.

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the combination of a high level congress and large exhibition creates an ideal platform for you tomeet buyers and utilities face-to-face. Sponsorship will provide an excellent opportunity to buildrelationships with a high calibre group of potential customers and generate numerous business leads.

• Sold out conference room in 2011: this is a fantastic opportunity to showcase your expertiseto 200+ high level professionals and potential clients in the industry.

• Over 70 stands at World Biofuels Markets: the Biopower village at the congress is the fastestgrowing, and you have a chance to hold one of the various sized stands and show the 1500+attendees your position in the industry.

• Raise your company’s profile: Branding at a Green Power Conferences event is so much morethan on-the-day. as a sponsor, your logo will feature on the event website, brochures andmarketing materials seen by thousands of industry professionals throughout the year.

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GOLD SPONSOR:

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