Finland, a country where bioenergy represents the 35% of total energy consumed in the Nordic country, it has a long tradition in the use of biomass for energy purposes.
At the beginning of the 90 decade, the development of the 'biomass energy service' model was initiated, for example, it already has more than 620 medium-sized facilities, between 300 and 6000 kW, of which 141 are municipal, which heat more than 200 schools, nurseries and geriatric residences, among other buildings. A third of these energy services facilities are also district heatings that supply heat to many customers.
In total, in Finland, half of the population is connected to a 'district heating' which has a total of more than 15.000 kilometers of hot water supply networks.
The good relations with companies, associations and Finnish administrations have favored the celebration of the next 25 of September of 2019 in Feria de Valladolid, the celebration of the Finland Day at Expobiomasa 2019. Coinciding with the II FINNISH HISPANIC SEMINAR of BIOMASA.
Places are limited in this exclusive day that will offer unique business opportunities for professions and companies. Registration is free and you can do it through the following link.
11: 00 Inauguration.
11: 10 Conference Business Finland. "RESPONSIBLE DISTRICT HEATING WITH BIOMASS"
Mr. Hannes Tuohiniitty. Sector Manager at the Bioenergy Association of Finland (Bioenergy Association of Finland) and President of Bioenergy Europe (European Biomass Association).
11: 30 Technological presentations of companies.
- Andritz: Sr. Ilkka Venäläinen, Sales Director.
- Condens: Mr. Okko Niskanen, Process Engineer.
- Coresto: Mr. Kari Kärkkäinen, CEO.
- Indufor: Dr. Silja Siitonen, Managing Director.
- Inray: Mr. Janne Kovanen, Managing Director.
- KPA Unicon: Ms. Ada Herranen, Project Development Manager and Ms. Laura Männistö, Manager Finance President.
12: 50 Round of questions.
13: 00 Cocktail and reception for attendees at the 270 FINLAND Stand at Expobiomasa
13: 30 - 18: 30 Bilateral meetings.
The 2nd Finnish Hispano Biomass Seminar has the collaboration of: