Asia-Pacific Biomass Expo 2018: Asia’s Leading Biomass Exhibition

The 7th Asia-Pacific Biomass Energy technology & Equipment Exhibition 2018 (APBE 2018) is back in Guangzhou (China) on the 16-18 August 2018. It is an annual, three-day event that brings together technology and equipment of the biomass energy sector to present and discuss its most recent technical developments. This year’s edition will be dedicated to innovation of biomass energy in China.

The event brings together the industry to discover the latest trends, showcase innovation, highlight the industry’s latest technology and equipment. APBE is one of the leading trade exhibitions in Asia that enables exhibitors and professionals to connect, establish new contacts and obtain market information.


Explore the latest innovation and products across: wood pellet, biomass boilers/stoves, biomass fuel, biogas, waste to energy and more.

Total value of the contracts and memos signed during the 2017 edition was 11.5 million RMB, an increase of 36.5% compared with APBE 2016.


APBE attracts 2,000+ industry professionals and exhibitor personnel from across Asia and Europe who are looking for innovative ways to collect, sort and process biomass wastes from the agricultural, commercial and construction sectors.


Ensure you can offer your customers competitive solutions by comparing the most innovative products on the market from more than 120 leading brands.


Meet suppliers face-to-face to negotiate deals and gain hands-on experience with latest product releases from 2018 biomass energy summit and live on-stand demonstrations.


BioEnergy Consult, as International Sales Partner of APBE 2018, cordially invites you to join us in August 2018 for 3 days of intensive networking and join the industry development and innovation at APBE 2018.

For exhibitor and delegate inquiries, please send an email to asap.

For more information about the event, please visit our website

About Salman Zafar

Salman Zafar is the CEO of BioEnergy Consult, and an international consultant, advisor and trainer with expertise in waste management, biomass energy, waste-to-energy, environment protection and resource conservation. His geographical areas of focus include Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Salman has successfully accomplished a wide range of projects in the areas of biogas technology, biomass energy, waste-to-energy, recycling and waste management. Salman has participated in numerous national and international conferences all over the world. He is a prolific environmental journalist, and has authored more than 300 articles in reputed journals, magazines and websites. In addition, he is proactively engaged in creating mass awareness on renewable energy, waste management and environmental sustainability through his blogs and portals. Salman can be reached at or
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3 Responses to Asia-Pacific Biomass Expo 2018: Asia’s Leading Biomass Exhibition

  1. Harbhajan Singh says:

    This is Harbhajan Singh from India. I am associated with a company which has been mandated to put up four paddy straw based bio-mass power plants in the northern part of the country. The company is looking for a boiler manufacturer who could supply boilers suitable to use bio-mass (paddy straw) as a fuel.

    • Salman Zafar says:

      Dear Mr. Harbhajan Singh
      Thanks for your message.
      BioEnergy Consult is a consulting organization and we would be happy to recommend potential technology partners.
      In addition to boilers, will you also be interested in gasification-based biomass power systems for paddy straw?
      Look forward to your reply.

      Best wishes
      Salman Zafar

      CEO, BioEnergy Consult

  2. Dear Salman Zafar,

    You note in your introduction to your work “we are actively involved in providing voluntary guidance to social entrepreneurs, researchers and students in our areas of expertise.”

    I am writing to request your voluntary guidance for a farm-healing arts-hospitality project just starting up in the Hudson Valley in Kerhonkson, NY. I am very interested in the biogas potentail on our land and on other farms in the area. If you could spare us some time, I would love to show you around this farm-dense area of the Hudson Valley and consult on waste-to-energy projects befitting our circumstances, both economic and physical.

    Looking forward to hearing from you. I can be reached at 845-443-0386;

    Thank you.
    Premilla Dixit Nag

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