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15 October 2019 | 00:15 To 16:30

WG Pellet Meeting


This Working Group* offers a unique opportunity to learn key features of the pellet market. Participants will be provided with insights on critical aspects of the industry such as financing projects and hedging risk.

Key to the meeting, is the exchange of knowledge between market players from advanced and emerging countries.

Furthermore, the increasing use of agropellet indicates that the momentum for this specific market is building. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn about the most recent developments of this market.

Do not miss this unique networking opportunity!

Programme at a glance:

  • Financial tools for the pellet industry
  • Areas showing nice market development
  • Agropellet: recent market development

For any further information, please contact the WG Coordinator Gilles Gauthier.

*Working Groups (WGs) are restricted to Bioenergy Europe members. However, non-members are welcome to attend as external observers, on a one-off basis and under certain conditions. Bioenergy Europe Secretariat reserves the right to refuse or accept external observers' participation to the WGs.
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