3rd International Conference on Renewable Energy Gas Technology, REGATEC 2016

10-11 May 2016, Scandic Triangeln, Malmö, Sweden

REGATEC 2016 has a technical and industrial focus and is directed towards microbial and thermochemical conversion of biomass and waste to biomethane, Power-to-gas, gasification of biomass and waste for CHP production, and cryogenic upgrading/liquefaction. REGATEC includes plenary and parallel sessions, a poster session, an exhibition and excellent opportunities to network and find new collaboration and business partners. 60+ experts will highlight the latest advances.

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