Genera Energy Executive to Speak at ABLCNext

Vice president of business development to present to advanced biofuels and renewable chemicals executives on reducing biomass supply chain risk

 VONORE, Tenn. Nov. 7, 2014 — Sam Jackson, vice president of business development at Genera Energy Inc., a recognized leader in biomass feedstock supply innovation and supply chain advancements, will attend and present at the Advanced Bioeconomy Leadership Conference (ABLCNext), which brings together organizations across the country to encourage innovation within the industry, at the Fairmont Hotel November 10-12 in San Francisco, California.

The conference is an important event for advanced biofuels and renewable chemicals CEOs and senior executives, and will focus on key emerging markets, feedstock technologies and best practices in bioenergy and alternative fuels, chemicals and materials.

Jackson will present on “Reducing Supply Chain Risk,” on Wednesday, November 12, which will focus on the advancements made in the biomass industry’s supply chain, as well as plans for future refinement. His presentation will highlight Genera Energy’s development of integrated supply chain solutions that benefit the bioenergy industry, and it will review:

  • The innovative biomass feedstock solutions provided by Genera Energy to meet the growing bioeconomy and the wide array of biomass sources, including dedicated energy crops, crop residues, and woody materials that these solutions cover.
  • How the development, optimization and management of biomass supply chains, significantly reduces costs and risks.
  • Advancements made in the biomass supply chain to date and future plans for further refinement.

“This is a great opportunity to educate other members in the industry on the overall cost-effectiveness of our biomass supply solutions, and the importance of those systems being tailored to specific biomass projects,” said Jackson. “Having the opportunity to showcase Genera Energy’s techniques to reduce risk across these progressive supply chains contributes to the advancement of biomass energy crops, and it is another important step towards a sustainable energy future.”

For more information on Genera Energy, visit www.generaenergy.com.