3rd Biomass Trade and BioEnergy Africa,

25-26 Sep, 2019 - Abidjan, COTE D'IVOIRE

Radisson Blu Hotel Abidjan Airport

  • Industry Partner
    www.africa-biogas.org
  • Supported by
    www.ippfpowerasia.com
  • Exhibitor
    www.cmtevents.com/eventexhibition.aspx?ev=190921&
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    www.cmtevents.com/eventexhibition.aspx?ev=190921&
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenea.com
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    sadcsugardigest.com/contact/
  • Promotion Partner
    shukela.co.za/contact
  • Promotion Partner
    macadamiasa.co.za/contact/
  • Promotion Partner
    www.afriqueeconomie.net/
  • Promotion Partner
    ressources-magazine.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.bioenergyinternational.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.energybss.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.biofpr.com
  • Promotion Partner
    industrialreview.co.za
  • Promotion Partner
    www.farmersreviewafrica.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.commodafrica.com
  • Promotion Partner
    afri-industriestoday.co.za

25 Sep, 2019 - Wednesday

08:00

Registration & Coffee

09:00

CMT's Welcome & Chairman's Remarks

09:10

First Cocoa Biomass Power Project in Cote d’Ivoire – Updates & Opportunities for Growth

Mr. Yapi Ogou, Director General

Societe Des Energies Nouvelles (SODEN)

09:45

Renewable Energy Portfolio Development in Africa, Opportunities Mapping for Bioenergy (TBC)

10:15

Networking Coffee & Refreshments

10:55

Energy Poverty Reduction in Rural Ghana – Green Electricity & Fuels Produced from Cocoa

  • Basic problems faced by many rural communities in Ghana & how local resources can be utilised to provide affordable, safe & clean integrated energy services towards poverty reduction

Prof. Jo Darkwa, Professor of Energy Storage Technologies, Faculty of Engineering

University of Nottingham

11:25

Fund Strategies & Promotion of Bioenergy Projects in Africa

Ms. Christel Bourbon-Seclet, Deputy Head Infrastructure - Energy & Infrastructure Div

Proparco (Groupe AFD)

12:30

Discussion followed Networking Luncheon Reception

13:50

ECOWAS Bioenergy Policy Facilitates Biomass Trade & Investment

  • The Business As Usual Scenario (BAU) on Biomass Use & its Impact
  • Elements of the Policy: Rational, Vision & Objectives
  • How the Private Sector Fits into the Implementation Plan of the Policy

Mr. Bah Saho, Principal Program Officer - Renewable Energy

ECOWAS Centre for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (ECREEE)

14:20

Alternative Biomass Energy for Tea Industry in Kenya

14:50

Biomass Boiler & Cogeneration Plants for Africa's Industrial Energy Needs

15:20

Networking Tea & Refreshments

15:50

Alternative Solid Fuel - Current Status & Prospects in Egypt & Africa

  • MSW production (incl. SRF production facilities)
  • Biomass production (incl. BDF production facilities)

Dr. Hisham Sherif, CEO

Egyptian Company for Solid Waste Recycling (ECARU)

16:20

Biogas to Electricity – Potential in Africa

17:00

End of Day One

26 Sep, 2019 - Thursday

09:00

Chairman's Remarks

09:10

Availability of Used Vegetable Oil & Others for Multi-Feedstock Technology in Biofuels Production & Supply Chain Development in Zambia

09:40

From Plantation to Markets – Supply Chain Development of Biomass Briquettes Production in Kenya, & Export Outlook

Ms. Jane Wangari, CEO

LeJan Energy / Char Briq Solutions

10:15

Networking Coffee & Refreshments

10:45

Biomass for Energy – Creating New Streams Across Southern Hemisphere

  • Wood Pellets – creating new production capacity to meet EU & Asia Demand

Mr. Tiago Andrade, Founder & Director, Europe

Wood Pellet Services

11:15

Export Potential & Supply Chain Development of PKS & other Oil Palm Biomass from Africa - Nigeria as a Case Study

  • Climate Change Realities - PKS to the Rescue
  • Challenges with PKS Gathering and Export from Africa to the world
  • Value Stream Map for PKS from Source to Export Terminal
  • Expected PKS Gathering Assets Output/Efficency

Mr. Olanipekun Rapheal, Managing Director

Palmline Group

11:45

Shipping Economics of Biomass from Africa to the Demand Markets

12:20

Final Discussion & Concluding Remarks

14:00

End of Main Conference

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