The Wisconsin Bioenergy Initiative invites you to the 3rd Annual Wisconsin Bioenergy Summit, October 14 at the Monona Terrace. This year’s summit, titled “Fueling Wisconsin’s Future,” will focus on sources of homegrown energy, the status of bioenergy research and bioenergy policy. Troy Runge, director of the Wisconsin Bioenergy Initiative, will give opening remarks.
Early-bird registration (before Oct. 1) costs $25, and includes breakfast, lunch and an evening reception. Registration is free for students. Click here for more information and to register.
Created in 2007 by University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, the Wisconsin Bioenergy Initiative (WBI) seeks to cultivate bioenergy expertise among UW-Madison, UW-System and Wisconsin stakeholders to anchor the innovative research that is being conducted within our great state. It is a university-based coalition that helps the talent across Wisconsin create, commercialize and promote bio-based solutions.