A further update is available of the programme for TOTeM 37, “Innovative and advanced co-firing technologies” which takes place on 22 and 23 September 2011 at the Technical University of Wroclaw, Poland.
The meeting has attracted a large number of delegates who will gather to participate in the dissemination of information about two FP7 EU funded projects: DEBCO – “Demonstration of Large Scale Biomass Co-Firing and Supply Chain Integration” and RECOMBIO – “Recovered Fuels combined with Biomass.”
IFRF is a partner in DEBCO with responsibility for dissemination. IFRF Superintendent of Research Neil Fricker will be in attendance to lead the wrap up after the presentations and will also speak about the European Research Infrastructure for Thermochemical Biomass Conversion (BRISK project). More news of this project will be carried in future issues of MNM.
The programme is available on the IFRF Calendar and also on the DEBCO website.