Transforming Biomass and Waste into Sustainable Energy. Exploring Gasification at Bio360 Expo.


Gasification - Versatile Green Energy

Gasification is a cutting-edge process that converts dry solid biomass and non-recyclable low value/low-carbon wastes into valuable energy sources. This progressive thermochemical technique has rapidly gained traction in recent years, offering an environmentally-friendly approach to both waste management, energy production and the possibility to produce the chemical building blocks required for advanced liquid biofuel production and/or for traditional industrial manufacturing processes.

The Power of Gasification at Bio360 Expo

If you're looking to dive deep into the world of gasification, look no further than the . It's not just a regular gasification trade fair, but a comprehensive gathering of industry leaders, innovators, and thinkers. Here, you'll discover the various technological approaches to gasifying different feedstocks to deepen your understanding.

Gasification for a Greener Future

Gasification stands as a beacon of innovation, transforming dry solid biomass and non-recyclable wastes into valuable resources. This revolutionary process involves the conversion of these feedstocks into a versatile synthesis gas, also known as syngas. Syngas can then be harnessed to generate power, heat, renewable gasses, and even biochemicals. At Bio360 Expo, we celebrate this technology's potential to revolutionize the energy landscape.

Decarbonization and Gasification: Pioneering Change

Decarbonization is no longer a distant goal – it's a present reality driven by technologies like gasification. By harnessing the power of dry solid biomass and low-value, low-carbon wastes, gasification significantly reduces carbon emissions. Join us at  to explore how these advancements are shaping the renewable energy landscape and how they will revolutionize long-standing industries.

The Science Behind Gasification of Biomass and Waste

There are multiple technological strategies adopted for the gasification of dry solid biomass and non-recyclable wastes:
Direct Gasification: Directly heating the feedstock in the presence of a controlled amount of oxygen or steam
Indirect Gasification: Using an external heat source to gasify the feedstock.
Plasma Gasification: Utilizing plasma torches to initiate the gasification process at higher temperatures.

Each method presents its own set of advantages, and choosing the right one depends on the specific feedstock and the desired end product. The gasification conferences delve deeper into these processes, offering attendees a holistic view.

Gasification: Diverse Technological Approaches

At Bio360 Expo, you'll discover a diverse range of technological approaches to gasification. From fluidized bed gasifiers to entrained flow gasifiers, each method offers unique advantages. Explore these approaches, understand their intricacies, and witness their potential to revolutionize energy production.

Power from Waste: Transforming Non-Recyclables

Gasification's capabilities extend to non-recyclable, low-value wastes. Witness how these seemingly discarded materials can be transformed into a valuable energy source. Experience firsthand how  showcases solutions that redefine waste management and pave the way for a circular economy.

Advanced Gasification: Power, Heat, and Beyond

Today's advanced gasification techniques go beyond simply producing energy. They pave the way for generating power, heat, renewable gases, and even biochemicals. This is especially relevant in our current climate, where sustainable solutions are paramount. The gasification exhibitors and speakers at Bio360 Expo will highlight these advancements, showcasing real-world applications and their transformative potential.

Today's Reality and Tomorrow's Promise

Modern gasification technology has evolved beyond imagination. At , we bridge the gap between advanced gasification and its real-world applications. Witness how gasification is no longer just a concept – it's a reality powering industries, generating clean energy, and driving innovation.

Fueling Progress: From Power to Biochemicals

Gasification's capabilities go beyond energy production. Join us to explore how syngas derived from dry solid biomass and waste can yield not only power and heat but also enable the production of advanced biofuels and/or biochemicals. Immerse yourself in the possibilities that gasification offers, from reducing carbon footprints to promoting sustainable industrial practices.

Join us at Bio360 Expo : Discover the Future of Gasification

Our upcoming event, Bio360 Expo, serves as the ideal platform to understand the Future Developments in Gasification. With over 450 exhibitors from 35 countries and 200 international speakers, it's a must-attend event for stakeholders committed to scaling up Gasification.

Are you ready to be part of the energy transition ? Whether you're an industry professional, an innovator, Bio360 Expo is the place to be!

For Exhibitors

Showcase your cutting-edge technologies, products, or services to a global audience. By booking a booth on the expo floor, you're placing yourself at the forefront of this burgeoning industry.

1. Showcase Your Innovations: Exhibit your innovative solutions to a global audience.
2. Learn from Experts: Attend conferences and gain insights from industry leaders.
3. Network: Connect with like-minded professionals and explore collaboration opportunities.
4. Stay Informed: Stay updated on the latest advancements in technological and sustainable practices.

For Visitors

Sign up now and secure your e-badge (for free) ! Dive deep into the world of bioenergy and the bioeconomy and witness firsthand the ideas and technologies that are shaping the future of the biotransition.

1. Expert Insights: Gain valuable insights from industry experts and thought leaders.
2. Networking: Connect with peers and potential collaborators in your field.
3. Innovation Showcase: Explore the latest innovations and trends in your industry.
4. Chance Encounters : seek out chance encounters, because big oaks from little acorns grow.