Highly Efficient and Clean Wood Log Stoves
29 October 2015
Ramada Hotel Alexanderplatz
Fireplaces and stoves that burn wood in a suboptimal manner are a noteworthy source of particle emissions in Europe. By phasing out polluting woodstoves and introducing better stoves, better stove installations and educating stove users, large emission reductions can be achieved.
Experts from the international group IEA Bioenergy Task 32 (Biomass Combustion and Cofiring), in collaboration with various national and European branch organisations, including HETAS, have jointly organized an expert workshop on ways to introduce efficient and clean burning wood log stoves across the continent. This workshop will be held on Thu 29 Oct in Berlin.
Registering for the Expert Workshop
The workshop is free to attend, but seats are limited. Registration is therefore required. Please visit the IEA Bioenergy Task 32 website (www.ieabioenergytask32.com) to register.
The workshop takes place at the Ramada hotel, Berlin Alexanderplatz:
The Ramada Hotel Berlin-Alexanderplatz Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 32 10178 Berlin, Germany Phone: + 49 30 3010411-1
IEA Bioenergy Conference 2015
The workshop takes place immediately after the IEA Bioenergy Conference, 27-28 October at the same location. Visitors to the stove workshop are encouraged to consider participation in this conference, see https://ieabioenergy2015.org for the program and registration information.