International Congress & Exhibition "BIOMASS: Fuel & Power" April 15-16, 2020 in Moscow. More info RUS

Russian Biofuels Association

Russian National Biofuels Association promotes renewable fuels in Russia. To achieve its goals the Association works with various government and non-government stakeholders in Russian and neighboring countries. 


Dear participants, speakers and partners!

In connection with the Decree of the Mayor of Moscow dated March 16, 2020 No. 21-UM "On Amending the Decree of the Mayor of Moscow dated March 5, 2020 No. 12-UM" "On the introduction of a high availability mode" our event "Biomass-fuel and energy" April 15-16, 2020, and the SpiritExpert Technical Seminar on April 17, 2020. will be postponed  We will inform you of additional dates in the near future.

Take care of yourself and be healthy!


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