Exhibit at Bio360

Why exhibit

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The singular purpose of Bio360 is to serve the global effort to preserve our planet by accelerating the biotransition.

It is an international place of meeting for people and organisations who share a dedication to this mission and who have or wish to nail their colours to the biotransition mast.

Because time is so short and there is so little room for trial and error, the imperative to knowledge share and collaborate could not be more pressing.

Through its international exhibition and conference programme, Bio360 does all in its power to be a platform where 1+1=3, where innovative collaborations are conceived, where success builds on success, enabling us to get there quicker. Bio360 is the place that strives to bring all this together and to serve the transition to a new bioage where future generations can continue to thrive, sustainably. 

Who exhibits

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The event attracts 450-500 international exhibitors making Bio360 a genuine point of exchange for global bioknowhow covering all aspects of bioenergy and the fast growing biobased sector, including:

- Solid bioenergy: biomass and wood-energy, solid waste recovery, forestry and agricultural co-products for co/tri-generation, district and industrial heating, and renewable green gas.
- Liquid bioenergy: liquid biofuels for the road, maritime and aviation transport sectors
- Gaseous bioenergy: biogas, biomethane, bioNGV, green hydrogen for local consumption or broader distribution
- Biobased materials and products: bioplastics, biochemicals, biomaterials, biopharmaceuticals, biotextiles, biocoatings, bioadditives etc.
- Biochar: biochar has a large evolving range of usages from agriculture and soil management, for livestock, water management, construction, biocomposites …
- Carbon capture and utilization / storage (CCU/S)*: capturing and utilising CO2 for chemicals, fuels, feed, materials…

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5000 participants
from 40 countries converge on Nantes for two full days from across a range of sectors, each of which plays a key role in developing bioenergy and the bioeconomy, including:
- Agriculture
- Forestry and wood
- Bioenergy and bioeconomy sectors
- Energy
- Transport
- Finance
- Public bodies
- Elected representative
- Innovators
- Research institutes
- Associations & Federations

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