Leipzig Expert talks

The following pages provide an overview of the Leipzig technical discussions which are planned and carried out by the DBFZ together with various cooperation partners.

Please note: The Leipzig Expert talks addresses a predominantly regional target group and takes place exclusively in german language.

Leipzig Biogas Expert talks

The Leipzig Biogas Talks are aimed at all persons and institutions involved in the provision and use of biogas in the broader sense. These include, in particular, agricultural companies and cooperatives that operate or plan to operate biogas plants. But also employees of municipalities as well as the food processing industry, where biogas production can contribute to the solution of the waste problem, are to be addressed. In addition to manufacturers of biogas plants and plant components as well as traders and planners of biogas plants, employees of research institutions, ministries, authorities and associations are also potential participants of the Leipzig Biogas Talks. 

Leipzig Biofuels Expert talks

The Leipzig Biofuel Talks are aimed at all persons and institutions involved in the provision and use of biofuels in the broader sense. These include producers of biofuels and agricultural and forestry enterprises. In addition to manufacturers of plants and plant components for the provision and use of biofuels, potential participants in the Leipzig Biofuels Talks also include traders and planners as well as employees of research institutions, ministries, authorities and associations. As this year´s edition of the Biofuel Expert Talks takes place in collaboration with the European H2020 BIOFIT Project, the forum will be held in English. Please see the English event website for detailed information on the agenda, registration and more.

Leipzig expert talks Solid biomass

The Leipzig expert talks on solid biomass are organised in cooperation with the Saxon State Office for the Environment, Agriculture and Geology (LfULG) and the Saxon Energy Agency (SAENA). The aim is to create a regular forum for the exchange of research and development with biomass producers, plant manufacturers and users of solid fuels (from private users to power plant operators) in order to network the players in the sector, discuss opportunities and risks and stimulate the further development of solid fuel use. In addition to speakers from the DBFZ and its cooperation partners, experts from business, industry and other institutions will be invited.