EXPOBIOMASA opens the first contracting period for the 2025 edition

Closing deals in EB25

The Spanish Biomass Association (AVEBIOM) announces the dates of the 15th edition of the reference event for the bioenergy sector in the Iberian Peninsula. The international fair for biomass technologies will be held on May 6, 7 and 8, 2025 at Feria de Valladolid.

In addition, the first contracting period for EXPOBIOMASA 2025 is now open with discounts of up to 30% for exhibitors who decide before June 30.

Increases interest in industrial facilities and in the domestic sphere

Biomass is gaining more and more interest in the industry, which inevitably needs to be decarbonized in the coming years. According to the AVEBIOM Biomass Observatory, the installation of high-power biomass boilers has increased since 2022 in all industrial sectors. This increase is due in part to the rising costs of power generation with fossil fuels, along with the recognition that biomass offers an efficient, renewable and sustainable alternative.

In fact, remember Javier Díaz, president of AVEBIOM, “in the 2023 edition, we already observed an increase in exhibitors related to energy generation from biomass in large industrial boilers and heat networks, where biomass represents 60% of total installations.”

For the 2025 edition, Javier Díaz assures, “we expect significant participation from manufacturing companies and providers of technology and solutions in this field, from all over the world.”

Moreover, the stoves and boilers sector Biomass continues to gain ground as an option for heating homes, especially since the price of pellets and other solid biofuels began to normalize in December 2022. A survey carried out at the end of 2023 across Europe on consumer behavior clearly reflects that pellet It has the favor of users: 90% of pellet consumers assure that they will continue using it.

EXPOBIOMASA 2025 will be the ideal place for manufacturers and importers to reach agreements with new distributors for their home heating products with pellets and other biomass throughout the country.

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