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After two editions held in an online-only-format, the next, 31st EU Biomassa Conference and Expo (EUBCE) will be an in-person event, to be held in Bologna, from 5 to 8 June 2023.
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EUBCE 2023 will be the scientific & industry-focused conference with an exhibition, with hosted events and side sessions where you will meet colleagues, friends and new personalities. Some of the interactive features that were introduced in the online-platforms of the past years will be kept, to give young researchers from abroad an opportunity to become also part of the EUBCE community.

The programme will be with certainty influenced by the current European energy situation, including the challenges of current and future hot and dry conditions the European Bioenergy industries is facing.

Strong footing

Italy is a country in which the bioeconomy has a strong footing. Regarding the Italian Agro-economy, special presentations will be dedicated to the rising star of the Italian renewables’ landscape: “Agrivoltaics”, which finally reconciles land-use for agriculture and solar fields.

Bologna is the Italian cradle of science and education. It is home to the oldest University in the world, capital of the Emilia-Romagna Region in Northern Italy, known for its rich agriculture and the centrepiece of the Italian agro-industry. Moreover, its preserved historical centre hosts with its shadow-giving porticoes an UNESCO World-heritage site, and is also a UNESCO City of Music.

EUBCE will be organised by ETA-Florence Renewable Energies. The Technical Programme will be coordinated by the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission (JRC). The Industry Track will be coordinated by the Circular Biobased Europe Joint Undertaking (CBE JU).

See the EUBCE website for more information.