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Call for Abstracts


2020 Value of Biogas Conference

Interested presenters for the 2020 Value of Biogas Conferences (Value of Biogas West to be held on January 14th and 15th in Vancouver, BC, and Value of Biogas East to be held on March 26th and 27th in Toronto, ON) are invited to submit presentation abstracts.

For those submitting an abstract it is recommended to focus on one of the topics below, which are the intended focus of both Value of Biogas Conferences. However, all abstracts are welcome, and any abstracts with a different focus or topic will be considered. Please submit your abstract no later than Friday, September 27th, 2019 by completing the Abstract Submission Form below.

 

Please note that if your abstract is selected, your organization’s presenter must register for the conference using a speaker code which will be provided once your abstract acceptance has been confirmed. Individuals are responsible for their own hotel accommodations and travel expenses.

Conference Topics

Example Topic Areas

Agricultural, Industrial, Municipal, Landfill, or Wastewater Biogas/RNG

  • Challenges and opportunities for biogas/RNG production;
  • Innovations and developments related to scale, location, feedstock, etc.; or
  • Experience, updates, or lessons learned.

Case Studies

  • Agricultural, municipal, industrial, landfill, or wastewater biogas/RNG projects and/or technologies from Canada or around the world.

Economics of Biogas/RNG

  • The economics of biogas/RNG production.
  • Funding, financing and revenue opportunities.

Feedstock Pretreatment or Materials Handling

  • Challenges and opportunities for the biogas/RNG sector; or
  • Technology developments, innovations, experiences, etc.

Government Policy

  • Impacts of government policy on the biogas/RNG sector; 
  • Experience or recommendations from government policy abroad; or
  • Biogas, RNG, electricity, organic material management, environmental regulations, carbon pricing, etc.

Research and Development

  • Biogas/RNG research and development to drive technology innovation.

RNG or Combined Heat & Power

  • Potential, opportunities, and/or barriers;
  • Best practices and lessons learned; or
  • Technology assessments, innovations, challenges, etc.

Digestate or Nutrient Management

  • Potential, opportunities, and/or barriers;
  • Best practices and lessons learned; or
  • Technology assessments, innovations, challenges, etc.