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New forms of energy – as a source of income and the key for strategic and effective interpretation of a new awareness combining environment, business and development – are now brought together at VeronaFiere. Bioenergy Expo, from 2nd to 5th February 2012, is the exhibition of sustainable energy designed to offer new income and cost saving opportunities for agricultural entrepreneurs and present information and opportunities to energy sector operators concerning the generation of energy from agricultural sources. A place for sales and information between construction companies and agricultural entrepreneurs, engineers, designers, installation technicians, specialist consultants and energy managers, energy supply utilities, banks, insurance companies, services and research institutes. The events: – Demo Area: an area dedicated to companies presenting their technologies “live” for hands-on experience of the potential and results of a process starting from the product through to the supply of energy, in particular processing of bio-masses for energy purposes and plant for the production of bio-gas; – Bioenergy Expo Forum Area: following success in previous editions, Bioenergy Expo 2012 also see the heart of the event focus on the Forum Area, with 4 days of non-stop presentations and top-level convention appointments in terms of content, completely dedicated to the world of bio-energy. Trade Categories: – Energy from the land: • bio-masses • bio-gas • bio-fuels • vegetal oil • geothermal; – Waste to energy and recycling: • recycling of agricultural production waste • recycling waste from urban green areas; – Co-generation and power efficiency: • distributed generation and CHP (combined heat&power) • micro-generation • tri-generation (cooling, heating and power) • power efficiency technologies; – Other forms of energy-saving for agriculture: • mini wind power generators • solar and thermal energy • photovoltaic solar energy • hydrogen and fuel cells.