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The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Biomass Program is hosting a cutting-edge conference, Biomass 2008: Fueling Our Future, on paving the way for biofuels to play a key role in our nation’s energy future. The conference will provide a unique forum for industry experts, senior policy makers, and leading researchers to come together and address issues related to the long-term future of biofuels, such as sustainability, commercialization, financing, and policy.
- Secretary of Energy Samuel Bodman
- Senator Byron Dorgan (ND)
- David Sandalow, Brookings Senior Fellow; author Freedom from Oil
- Liz Marshall, Biofuels Economist, World Resources Institute
A host of biofuels development, financing, and policy issues must be addressed to enable the transformation from fossil-based to sustainable transportation fuels. DOE’s Biomass Program is working at the cutting edge of technology, policy and market transformation activities to realize the promise of biofuels. This conference advances the biofuels discussion among all stakeholders.
For more information, visit www.biomass2008.com
To register, contact Rebecca Armely, Meeting Management Services, at (877) 648-7967.