North Carolina Bioenergy Council Workshop May 4, 2016

May 4, 2016

Please join us for the eastern NC Bioenergy Council workshop being held in Fayetteville at the Cumberland County Extension Center on May 4th. The Bioenergy Council is an initiative developed to assist all stakeholders involved within the bioenergy industry in North Carolina to expand and grow markets for fuels, power and products produced in our state.

Cumberland County Extension Center
Fayetteville, North Carolina

Bioenergy Council Overview

The NC Bioenergy Council is led by North Carolina State University with support from the Bioenergy Research Initiative within the NC Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services.

Who Should Attend The Bioenergy Council consists of experts from wide ranging backgrounds in feedstock production and harvesting, conversion technology, supply chain logistics, resource supply analysis, policy development, project engineering, education and outreach, environmental technologies, community relations, and economic development. 

Meeting Overview This full day meeting will consist of an overview of the council and roadmap, a panel discussion of relevant topics pertaining to the bioenergy industry and participant engagement in a working group based on interest. There will be an optional afternoon tour a bioenergy facility. Check with the host Website for tour details: http://www.biomassforestry.org/Bioenergy/

Agenda: The agenda is pending approval for CFE credits from the Society of American Foresters for professionals seeking continuing education credits. http://www.biomassforestry.org/Bioenergy/Draft_Agenda.pdf

Registration The registration fee for this meeting is $35 and includes meeting materials, lunch and an optional field tour. Please register online by clicking the registration link on the left navigation bar. Payment may be made online with a major credit card. If you would prefer to make your payment over the phone, please call our office at 919-515-5065. Registration deadline is 5pm on April 29th.

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