Atlantic BIOCON 2020 Goes DigitalAndrew Byrne May 8, 2020
These are unprecedented times and the world is changing daily. As the New Brunswick Government’s 4-step recovery plan has announced, large gatherings will not be allowed until December 31st, 2020. To ensure the safety of our community and to comply with these new regulations, we regret to inform you that we will not be hosting the Atlantic BIOCON 2020 conference as an in-person event.
This decision was not taken lightly and yet it renewed our commitment to BIOCON’s ability to bring together the bioeconomy in Atlantic Canada and to share success stories. We want to thank all our supporters who continue to innovate and be champions for the bioeconomy locally and worldwide. We have instead shifted to providing BIOCON in a monthly webinar series.
Atlantic BIOCON Virtual Speaker Series
“Liquid Biomass Heating: Lessons from Ensyn’s 10-year Operating History in the Northeast USA”
Presented by: David Boulard – President, Ensyn Technologies Inc.
Ensyn is North America’s leader in liquid wood heating solutions and boasts 10 years of commercial experience in supplying renewable heat to commercial, institutional and industrial fuel users. Strong of an installed production capacity in Eastern Canada of 50 million litres per year, Ensyn is working on a large roll-out of its renewable heating solutions in Eastern Canada to expand sources of local, sustainable liquid wood fuels for customers and strengthen the local forest products economy.
We will have even more exciting announcements about this virtual speaker series in the future. The push for a national bioeconomy and local circular economy never stops and we cannot wait until we can meet again in person!
Hosted By: Nova Scotia Innovation Hub and
Presented By: BioNB and CCNB-Innov
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