Harrisburg University Hosts BioEnergy Innovative Technologies Summit March 15

On March 15 Harrisburg University will host a BioEnergy Summit: Innovative Technologies for an Energized Future!
            The goal of the conference is to explore commercialization of technologies and processes used to produce bioenergy from a variety of biomass resources.
            Keynote speaker will be Dr. William Goldner of the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture will give an overview of the strategic thinking and programs USDA NIFA and other USDA agencies are using to address the sustainable production of biofuels, biopower, and biobased products. 
            Roundtable discussions will examine the business opportunities that can be cultivated, why sustainable energy solutions are as good for business as they are for the environment, and the importance of obtaining financial support to the commercialization process.
            For more information and to register, visit the BioEnergy Summit webpage.


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