Events

 

ACE Annual Conference

August 19-21, 2015

Hilton Omaha

Omaha, Nebraska

ACE’s annual conference is unique in the world of renewable fuels because it is specifically tailored to the interests and needs of the people of ethanol – the folks who are really in the trenches. It’s a gathering of ACE’s commitment to connect ethanol producers with the farmers, researchers, retailers, and support businesses to continue what all of them started a long time ago. It’s also an excellent place to learn and share ideas. And, it’s got all the fun of a family reunion.

 

National Advanced Biofuels Conference & Expo

October 26-28, 2015

Hilton Omaha

Omaha, Nebraska

Produced by BBI International, this national event will feature the world of advanced biofuels and biobased chemicals—technology scale-up, project finance, policy, national markets and more—with a core focus on the industrial, petroleum and agribusiness alliances defining the national advanced biofuels industry.

 

2016 International Biomass Conference & Expo

April 11-14, 2016

Charlotte Convention Center

Charlotte, North Carolina

Organized by BBI International and produced by Biomass Magazine, this event brings current and future producers of bioenergy and biobased products together with waste generators, energy crop growers, municipal leaders, utility executives, technology providers, equipment manufacturers, project developers, investors and policy makers. It’s a true one-stop shop – the world’s premier educational and networking junction for all biomass industries.

 

2016 International Fuel Ethanol Workshop & Expo

June 20-23, 2015

Wisconsin Center

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

From its inception, the mission of the event has remained constant: The FEW delivers timely presentations with a strong focus on commercial-scale ethanol production – from quality control and yield maximization to regulatory compliance and fiscal management. The FEW is also the ethanol industry’s premier forum for unveiling new technologies and research findings. The program extensively covers cellulosic ethanol while remaining committed to optimizing existing grain ethanol operations.