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21 - 23 September 2021

EXPOBiomasa 2020

AVEBIOM, organizer of EXPOBIOMASA, is the union of the main actors of the bioenergy sector that cover the entire biomass value chain.

It was set up in 2004 with the aim of promoting the development of the bioenergy sector in Spain. One of the main actions of the association to fulfill its purpose is the holding of EXPOBIOMASA, a professional fair for the biomass sector. It began in 2006, and on this occasion the twelfth edition is celebrated, consolidated as the reference fair in southern Europe and for Latin America.

The EXPO will also bring you:

First Renewable Gas Fair, the first exclusive technology fair for professionals aimed at promoting business opportunities among companies linked to biogas, biomethane and other renewable gases as a source of renewable energy. More information at

*International Bioenergy Congress, This year, the 14th edition of the technological and scientific meeting on bioenergy in Spanish focuses on providing solutions with biomass and renewable gas in the face of the change in the energy model, and discovering the urgent challenges and opportunities of bioenergy in Spain, Portugal and Latin America. More than 50 in-person speakers from 14 countries participate in this meeting within Expobiomasa that will be broadcast online in Spanish to facilitate access to this event for hundreds of professionals from around the world. More information at

*Bioenergy Europe members receive 50% discount. To receive the discount, please contact Beatrice Vaskyte. 

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