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German Biogas AssociationAssociation Allemande du BiogazAsociación Alemana de BiogásFachverbandBiogas e.V.19Annual Conference ofthGerman Biogas AssociationCongress Center Leipzig, GermanyTuesday 02.02. – Thursday 04.02.2010With comprehensive biogas trade fair, workshops and study tourBiogasthe energy of futuregenerationsConference Language German /running translation into English
FachverbandBiogas e.V.Biogas – the energy of future generationsAfter the amended Renewable Energies Act wentinto effect on January 1 st , 2009, the biogas sectoris recovering from its temporary lethargy. Thecompanies again have full order books, plants arebeing constructed, research and development aremaking great strides ahead. The range of planttypes has again become wider: on the one hand,small plants up to 150 kW output experience arenaissance due to the liquid manure bonus, on the other hand, plants inthe megawatt output category are being built, whose treated biomethaneis injected directly in the natural gas distribution system. Waste recyclingis increasingly gaining importance; Germany‘s second pure biogas fillingstation is under construction in the Wendland area.These and many other topics will be discussed at this year‘s AnnualMeeting. As in the past, plenary lectures and workshops will presentand discuss what is current in the industry. For the second time, theAssociation is organising a parallel event „Biogas for Municipalities“ as aresponse to the increasing pressure by cities and villages for future-proofsolutions to pressing questions of the availability of energy.The industry is again looking to the future with optimism and will carrythis new found vigour into 2010. I wish all of you a successful 19 th AnnualMeeting and a good biogas year 2010.Sincerely,Josef PellmeyerPresident
19 th Annual Conference of German Biogas Association“Biogas – the energy of future generations”Conference blockDay 1, Tuesday, 02.02.2010(9:00 Opening of the biogas trade fair)10:45 Welcome and opening address of the meeting by Josef PellmeyerBiogas plant technology11:00 Results of the biogas measuring programmeProf. Dr. Peter Weiland, Johann Heinrich von Thünen-Institut11:30 Internal electricity consumption of farming biogas plantsMathias Effenberger, Bayerische Landesanstalt für Landwirtschaft12:00 KAS biogas plants factsheet: Shortcomings in the design, constructionand operation of biogas plantsProf. Dr. Thomas Schendler, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung12:30 Lunch break / fair visitSustainability14:00 Greenhouse gas emission by farm production systemsDr. Antje Herrmann, Christian-Albrechts-Universität Kiel14:30 Sustainable production and use of biogas: quo vadis?Dr. Guido Reinhardt, Institut für Energie- und Umweltforschung Heidelberg GmbH15:00 The biomass flow sustainability directive and what it means to the biogas sectorProf. Dr. Martin Maslaton, Maslaton Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH15:30 Coffee break / fair visitImproving efficiency16:30 Possibilities of improving the process efficiency by the use of fermentation aidsProf. Dr. Frank Scholwin, Deutsches BiomasseForschungsZentrumP R O G R A M17:00 Disintegration methods - costs and benefits for biogas productionDr. Eberhardt Friedrich, Fraunhofer-Institut für Keramische Technologien und Systeme (IKTS)17:30 Comparison and evaluation of technologies for the treatment of residuefrom digestionProf. Werner Fuchs, IFATulln18:00– Assembly of members of European Biogas Association (EBA)20:00
Day 2, Wednesday, 03.02.201009:00 Official welcomeJosef Pellmeyer (President)The amanded Renewable Energies Act09:15 Practical issues of EEG 2009Dr. Helmut Loibl, Paluka, Sobola & Partner,Prof. Dr. Martin Maslaton, Maslaton Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH10:30 Coffee break / fair visit11:00 Keynote speaker: Dietmar SchützPresident of the German Renewable Energy Federation (BEE)11:30 Panel discussion, Subject: Gas injectionPresented by: Jörg Mayer, Germany‘s Renewable Energy AgencyIntroductory paper Dr. Martin Altrock, RAe Becker Büttner HeldParticipants: Representatives of the 5 factions in the Bundestag German parliament,Prof. Dr. Martin Maslaton, Dietmar Schütz, Josef Pellmeyer13:30 Lunch break / fair visitPress conference and tour: 14.00 – 15.30Substrate production14:30 Which outsiders can hope to have a future?Dr. Armin Vetter, Thüringer Landesanstalt für Landwirtschaft15:00 Efficiency improvement by optimum ensilageJan Häbler, Humboldt Universität Berlin15:30 Fermentation of grass - experience from a dairy cattle regionJens Geveke, Operator of a biogas plant16:00 Coffee break / fair visitTrends in plant management16:30 Biogas use in satellite cogeneration plantsGottfried Gronbach, Rolf Kaplan, Novatech GmbH17:00 Practical experience of plant monitoringKlaus Anduschus, Maschinenring Kassel17:30 Remote monitoring for optimum plant managementBernd Hugenroth, agri.capital GmbH18:00 Bonus paper concerning an actual themeP R O G R A MAwarding ceremony of the Heinz Schulz Medal of Honourafterwards: evening event
P R O G R A MFachverbandBiogas e.V.Day 3, Thursday, 04.02.2010Technology and efficiency of gas injection09:00 Present state and development of technologies for the treatment ofbiogas to natural gas gradeProf. Dr. Frank Scholwin, Deutsches BiomasseForschungsZentrum09:30 Energy efficiency:When is gas injection profitable and what does really matter?!Wolfgang Urban, Fraunhofer Institut UMSICHT10:00 Progress report of the pioneering project and five years management ofbiomethane projectsDr. Andreas Seebach, RES Projects GmbH10:30 Coffee break / fair visitPRESSING QUESTIONS OF APPROVAL11:30 Minimising formaldehyde in cogeneration exhaustStephan Waerdt, Pro2 Anlagentechnik GmbH12:00 Current state of the discussion of emission protection in biogas productionDr. Markus Helm, Gutachtergemeinschaft Biogas GmbH12:30 Gas micronetworks and gas injection - requirements for approval underthe aspect of energy lawDr. Martin Altrock, RAe Becker Büttner Held14:00 Assembly of members15:00 End of the biogas trade fairStudy tourThe study tour on February 5 th includes visits to typical waste treatmentbiogas plants and gas feeding systems in and around Leipzig. Detailedinformation on the study tour is available at www.biogastagung.org.
FachverbandBiogas e.V.Registration19 th Annual Conference of German BiogasAssociation with comprehensive biogas trade fair,workshops and study tour.Hotel bookingsWellPartEllernstr. 1330175 HannoverTel.: +49 (0)511 162 07-08Fax: +49 (0)511 162 07-09Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgRegistrationNürnbergMesse GmbHMessezentrum90471 NürnbergKristina EberzTel.: +49 (0)911 86 06-83 80Fax: +49 (0)911 86 06-83 68Email: email@example.comConference venueCongress Center LeipzigMesse-Allee 104356 LeipzigR E G I S T R A T I O NOpening hours of theBiogas trade fairDi 02.02.2010 09:00 –19:00Mi 03.02.2010 09:00 –19:00Do 04.02.2010 09:00 –15:00The complete program is available at www.biogastagung.org
19 th Annual Conference of German Biogas Associationwith comprehensive biogas trade fair, workshops and study tourRegistrationPlease fax or mail toNürnbergMesse GmbH/CCNMessezentrum, 90471 Nürnberg, GermanyFax +49 (0)911 / 86 06-8368Title, surname, first nameFirm name (please complete separately for every attendant)StreetZIP, city or townCountryTel. No., faxR E G I S T R A T I O Ne-mailInvoice address (if different)
FachverbandBiogas e.V. I am member of the German Biogas Association, Membership No.*:___________________*No reduced fee can be claimed without membership number Authority/University/College/Student (submit proof) Press (submit proof) I do not want my name to be entered in the list of participantsthat will be handed to attendants (The list of participantscontains the following data: firm name, name of the participant,registered office of the firm)I take part in the conference Block on 02. 02. 03. 02. 04. 02.I take part in the study tour on 05.02.I take part in the evening event on 03.02. I pay against invoice (only possible on or before 05.01.2010) by credit cardCard holderCard number ______________________ check number_______expires ____________Issued by Master Card American Express Visa by direct debit (only accepted by banks from inside Germany)Account holderR E G I S T R A T I O NAccount NoBank codeBank nameBank, date, company stamp and official signature
FeesRegular participation fee for the Conference Block02. 02. 03. 02. 04. 02.180 EUR 270 EUR 150 EUR390 EUR450 EUR390 EURFor members of the German Biogas Association02. 02. 03. 02. 04. 02.60 EUR 75 EUR 60 EUR100 EUR150 EUR100 EURVisit of the trade fair (no reservation necessary)02. 02. 03. 02. 04. 02.17 EUR 17 EUR 17 EURFree for members of the German Biogas Association**Against submission of the membership cardStudy tour05. 02.100 EURStudy tour05. 02.100 EURF E E SThe following are included in the conference fee: Conferenceproceedings and drinks during the coffee breaks. Registrations for the03.02.2010 include the lunch and buffet in the evening. Congressparticipants also have free entry to the trade fair on the day of participation.Registration deadline and payment: The conference fee can be paidagainst invoice on or before 08.01.2010. Participants registering later arerequired to disclose their account data or pay at the cash counter.The deadline for registration is 20.01.2010. Later registrations are onlyaccepted at the conference venue, for which an administration fee of 15 % ofthe conference fee will be charged. The conference material can be collectedat the conference venue only after payment of the conference fee in full.Free cancellation of participation is possible in writing on or before20.01.2010. Cancellations received later will be accepted but no refundof the conference fee made (exceptions must be proved and can only beprocessed after the end of the event. Please send an e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org).Representatives of authorities and students are eligible to a singlereduction of 30% on the regular entrance fee against proof.
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