Дата проведения: 
12.09.2016 - 15.09.2016
Линц, Австрия

12-15 сентября в Австрии пройдет недельный семинар по сжиганию биомассы, здесь можно узнать о новых технологиях и способах сжигания. Семинар будет на английском языке, поэтому вся информация ниже на англ.яз.

12 - 15 September 2016 Linz/Austria
The market transformation towards modern, high-efficiency biomass heating presents enormous opportunities for local economic development, the reduction of energy costs and climate and environment protection.

The International Training Seminar focuses on small- to mid-scale projects fuelled by wood pellets and wood chips and covers solutions for homes, smaller commercial/ public buildings and district heating grids (up to a few hundred kilowatt).

The seminar offers interactive learning in an international group, educational site-visits and presentations by experts in biomass technologies, market development and environment.

The International Training Seminar is organised by the Energy Academy of the OÖ Energiesparverband, the energy agency of the region of Upper Austria. Upper Austria is a success story in high-efficiency biomass heating: more than 30 % of the heat demand is covered by clean, automatic biomass heating. Green heating has created more than 500 new jobs in Upper Austria in recent years. The OÖ Energiesparverband is also the organiser of the European Pellet Conference, the world's largest annual event on wood pellets.
Seminar Topics
  • Success factors for developing a regional/local biomass heating market
  • Technology overview (combustion, emissions), system designs
  • Fuel standards and logistics (wood pellets, wood chips)
  • Business and financing models, marketing
As an international training seminar, the seminar does not cover country specific information, such as specific legal aspects or funding programmes.

Target Groups

The seminar targets at representatives of businesses, public bodies, institutions, NGOs etc. interested in developing local/regional biomass heating markets. The seminar is especially meant for persons from countries where the market for automatic biomass heating is in a starting phase.

What does the international seminar offer?
  • 3 densely-filled days with information and know-how on the technologies, economics and marketing of biomass heating!
  • Practical, hands-on time with experienced people - learn from the best in the field!
  • A dynamic mix of seminars, site-visits and interactive exchanges in an international group.
  • A programme fully-focused on small- to mid-scale wood pellet and wood chip projects.

12-15 September 2016
The training seminar will be held in English.
(Please note that a good command of English is required.)
920 Euro (including 10 % VAT)
610 Euro (indluding 10 % VAT) for public administrations & energy agencies
Fees include the training sessions, seminar documentation, site-visits, coffee breaks and meals. Accommodation in nearby hotels in Linz is about 90-120 Euro/night (including breakfast and taxes) and is not included in the seminar fees.
Organiser & location
OÖ Energiesparverband, Energy Academy, Landstrasse 45, 4020 Linz/Austria,
office@esv.or.at, www.oec-en.at, T. +43-732-7720-14386
Linz is the third largest city of Austria and the capital of the region of Upper Austria (Oberösterreich). It is located in the north of Austria, approximately 30 km south of the Czech border, on both sides of the Danube river. The city has a population of 200,000. As the "Cultural Capital of Europe" in 2009, Linz is a city which combines an industrial heritage with modern cultural highlights (e.g. Ars Electronica Center, Lentos Art Museum, new opera etc.).

Travel information
by railway: direct connections from Vienna, Salzburg, Munich, Paris, Brussels, etc.
by road: A1 and A7 motorways
by air: airports Linz (14 km from Linz city centre), Vienna (185 km), Salzburg (135 km), Munich (273 km)

Upper Austria

Upper Austria is one of the nine federal states/regions of Austria. It has a population of 1.4 million. Since the mid-90s, the region has given political priority to energy efficiency and renewable energy. Renewable energy sources currently cover 35 % of the total primary energy demand: 16 % is biomass, 14 % hydro power and 5 % solar and other renewable energy sources. The region has set itself the target of covering 100 % of its electricity and space heat demand from renewable energy sources by 2030.
OÖ Energiesparverband
The OÖ Energiesparverband is the energy agency of Upper Austria. It supports the regional government in the development and implementation of regional energy programmes. These include, for example, energy certification and rating of buildings, energy advice services for households, businesses and public bodies and managing funding programmes. The OÖ Energiesparverband also runs the "Energy Academy" which holds more than 40 training courses annually on energy efficiency and renewable energy sources.
The OÖ Energiesparverband also manages the "Oekoenergie-Cluster", the network of renewable energy and energy efficiency companies in Upper Austria. Currently, more than 170 Upper Austrian businesses and over 40 businesses from the neighbouring Czech region South Bohemia are partners of the network. Together, they employ more than 9,300 people and achieve an annual turnover of more than 2.3 billion Euro. These companies are active in all fields of sustainable energy production and use, special areas of excellence are automatic biomass heating, solar thermal and highly energy-efficient buildings. In recent years, these companies have seen a strong growth and have created more than 500 new jobs in the region. More than 25 % of all biomass boilers sold in the EU are manufactured by Upper Austria's boiler industry and pellet heating systems have become a standard solution.


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