Sino-German BioEnergy Annual Conference 2022

Pollution and Carbon Reduction · Clean Development
December 2022 | Harbin, China
Authoritative Organizers


China Biogas Society (CBS) is founded by the Ministry of Agriculture, responsible for the policy advice, setting up standards, service to the national members, and responsible for international cooperation, etc.


German Agricultural Society (DLG) is an international non-profit organization whose mandate is to promote technical and scientific progress in the agricultural and food sector. DLG was founded in 1885, whose subsidiaries and offices are located in Italy, Switzerland, Poland, Turkey, Romania, the Netherlands and China. It has over 25,000 members and is a leading organisation in the agricultural and food sectors. The DLG’s mandate is to promote technical and scientific progress in the many fields of the agricultural sector: agricultural machinery & equipment safety/quality, certification, food testing, training, world top agricultural events and conferences, etc.

Energy Decentral is one of most successful exhibitions organized by DLG in Hanover every second year. The last edition received over 690 exhibitors on an exhibition floor space of almost 40,000 ㎡ and more than 38,000 expert visitors. With the experiences and knowledge of Energy Decentral (Europe) and Bio-Energy-Expo (China), DLG will continually conduct a series of projects and events deeply in the topic of bioenergy in China to promote this industry growing fast and healthy.

Harbin Institute of Technology

Founded in 1920, Harbin Institute of Technology has developed into an open, multidisciplinary, research-oriented,leading national university. In 1954, HIT became one of China’s first six leading universities. Presently HIT is a member of China’s top nine University Union (C9). It is a National Key University with science and engineering as its core and has developed with management, liberal arts, economy, lawand other disciplines. Renowned as “the cradle of engineers,” the university has many firsts.