7th European Algae Industry Summit
April 17, 2017
Camporosso APG Facility
he 7th Annual European Algae Industry Summit (formerly known as “European Algae Biomass Conference”) will take place on April 26th & 27th in Nice, France. Leaders from industry and academia will discuss the latest commercial and technical developments, challenges and research breakthroughs throughout the algae value chain. The algae sub-industries represented will include food, feed, nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, across the globe.
Topics to be covered include:
- Global Updates on Algae Trade
- LCA and Techno-Economic Analysis
- Market Establishment with High Value Applications
Cultivation – Efforts towards Economically Efficient Technologies
- Microalgae in Chemicals, Commodity & Specialty Feeds
Algae: The Future of Food?
Advantages of Algae in Nutraceuticals & Cosmetics
Industry Case Studies
During the afternoon of April 25 conference delegates will have the opportunity to visit the Camporosso APG Facility. This site, in Italy’s Ligurian Riveria, is a fully integrated microalgae, energy and biorefinery plant, designed and developed to be an advanced sustainable production unit, energetically independent. The planning criterion was to develop different technologies to obtain a flexible system suitable for the cultivation of several strains of microalgae, and maintaining a sustainable concept. Spaces for this tour are limited and allocated is on a first come first served basis.
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