The Pellets Industry Forum will not take place in 2016. Discussions with associations and industries about next years' continuation are in progress.


Over the last years, the Pellets Industry Forum, which takes place in combination with the ENplus-conference June 11-12, 2015 this year, is recognized as a central platform for exchanging knowledge and networking in the national and international pellets industry. It gives experts and decision makers of the industrial, research and service sectors an excellent opportunity to get the latest specialist information, forge valuable business contacts, make cooperation agreements and plan joint activities.

High-caliber speakers will address current issues in talks, plenary discussions and sessions, and will present the latest studies and relevant developments in the pellets market – from the latest technologies, national and international markets to political framework conditions. Here you can find important information for taking viable investment decisions within a growing market. The main focus is on the heating market.


Pellets industry discusses current legal framework and market outlook


From June 11−12, some 250 attendees from 27 nations flocked to Munich to join international experts from the pellets industry in discussing global markets, current framework conditions, the ENplus certification as well as the efficient and sustainable production of pellets. This was the overall picture for the 14th Pellets Industry Forum, one of the world’s leading events of the pellets industry. This year, the Pellets Industry Forum debuted at Intersolar Europe at the ICM (Internationales Congr» more

Energy efficiency label's validity is limited - interview with Dr. Alexander Weissinger, KWB


At the ISH heating exhibition in Frankfurt in March, most heat pump manufacturers had already equipped their products with the energy efficiency label coming into force in September of this year. The label is not scheduled to be introduced for pellet boilers until 2017. Dr. Alexander Weissinger, Head of Research at KWB, was a delegate participating in the discussions on the EU documents in the CEN/TC 57 Subordinate Committee for central heating boilers. He is presenting the status of the Ecodesi» more

Wood pellets – helping to fuel the energy transition in the heating market


Current crises, such as the conflict in Ukraine, demonstrate that Germany should increase its focus on renewable energies – not least to reduce its dependence on a limited number of suppliers of energy resources. Pellets represent an interesting option for driving forward the energy transition in the heating market. The 14th Pellets Industry Forum and the ENplus-Conference, taking place at the ICM – Internationales Congress Center München from June 11–12, shine the spotlight on this growing mark» more

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