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Distributed Power Generation From Biomass in North America: Dependable, Profitable Solutions with New Financial Models
Recorded: Thursday, November 29, 2018 | 10:30 AM CST

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Anna Simet
Biomass Magazine
Ilaria Peretti
Riccardo Vescovo
Alan Fitzpatrick
Equinox Consulting (former Nechako)
Emily Hopkins
NRCan (Natural Resources Canada)
Terrence Sauve
OMAFRA (Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs)
Johan van 't Hof
Mitigokaa Development Corp.
Nathalie Hemeleers
Bioenergy Europe (former AEBIOM)

Did you know that Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology permits to produce useful power from biomass, also in remote locations, with high efficiency and user-friendly operation? Join us on Nov. 29 for a Biomass Magazine webinar that will explore the operational and technical advantages of Italian company Turboden’s ORC solution.

Since 1980, Italian company Turboden has been dedicated on the constant technical and technological improvement of ORC systems in different applications. Today, Turboden is a leading European company in ORC technology, with about 370 power plants all over the world, highly suitable for distributed generation and self-production systems.

The Turboden team, along with several other biomass key players, will present its ORC solutions for power generation from biomass, along with the opportunities and benefits for the North American market, including investments in forest industry transformation and other federal funding programs. Canadian company Nechako will detail its Turboden ORC biomass plant and OMAFRA, Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, introduces a typical CHP and food processing plant. Finally, Bioenergy Europe (former AEBIOM) will provide an overview on the European market.