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Northeast Biomass Heating Expo & Conference

  • Wednesday, April 09, 2014
  • Friday, April 11, 2014
  • Cumberland County Civic Center, Portland, Maine

E2Tech is co-hosting the 6th annual Northeast Biomass Heating Expo & Conference in Portland from April 9 - 11, 2014.  Since it was launched in 2009, over 1,450 individual attendees and 320 different businesses, agencies, and organizations have attended one of America's fastest growing biomass energy conferences.

New speakers added include:
  • U.S. Senator Angus King (I-ME)
  • Jon Hinck, City of Portland Council Member
  • Rob Rizzo, Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources
  • Michael Stoddard, Efficiency Maine Trust
  • Adam Sherman, Biomass Energy Resource Center
  • Phil Coupe, ReVision Energy
  • Patrick Woodcock, Maine Governor's Energy Office
Speakers will include the following leaders in the biomass field:
  • Les Otten, Maine Energy Systems: Master of Ceremonies
  • Bill Bell, Maine Pellet Fuels Association, facilitating: The Government's Role in the Biomass Heating Revolution
  • Josh Henry, Maine Sustainable Energy Fund, facilitating: The Environmental Benefits of Biomass Heating
  • John Siegenthaler, Appropriate Designs, facilitating: An Engineering Track Session
  • Marc Caluwe, Windhager, facilitating: What Do We Know About Pellets?
  • Gerry Reustow, Fermata Consulting, facilitating: Biomass Fuel Writ Large.
  • Rob Riley, Northern Forest Center, facilitating an exhibit of demonstration projects
  • Dutch Dresser, Maine Energy Systems, facilitating: A Primer on Alternative Energy Heating of Different Sorts
  • Michael Chamberlain, Key Bank, facilitating: finance and insurance track sessions
  • Dana Doran, KVCC, facilitating: How Do We Market Biomass Heating?
  • Charlie Niebling, New England Wood Pellet, facilitating: How Much Pellet Product and What About the Forests?
A Green Heating Fair will be open to the public.  For more details on the program schedule, please visit

This event will unite a diverse audience from the biomass fuel, supply chain, developer, manufacturer, and government sectors to break barriers and ground for biomass thermal and combined heat and power (CHP) systems. And, you have the chance to win a wood pellet boiler!

For more information, to register, or to become an exhibitor, visit
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