June 19, 2015

PFI Annual Conference Updates 

The PFI Annual Conference is just a month away and we hope you’re making plans to join us! Don’t miss out on reduced hotel room rates and book your room at the Williamsburg Lodge before Tuesday, June 23rd.

PFI 2015 Annual Conference  
Sunday, July 19 – Tuesday, July 21, 2015 
Williamsburg Lodge

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The conference will feature topics and speakers highlighting current trends and important issues impacting the pellet industry. Join us for two days of educational sessions as well as industry exhibits, extensive networking opportunities and a golf tournament. 

PANEL SPOTLIGHTPolicy Update: State, Regional and National Initiatives

This session will focus on federal, regional and state activity across the pellet industry. Highlights will include updates on the Biomass Thermal Utilization Act, pellet data collection by the Energy Information Administration, EPA's NSPS Rule, federal funding opportunities, and industry checkoff program developments.  Panelists include:

  • Pat Rita, Orion Advocates
  • Rob Davis, Forest Energy Corporation 
  • Tony Crooks, U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development

Read more about the educational sessions being held at the PFI Annual Conference.

Sponsorship and Exhibit opportunities are still available! Maximize your marketing budget and explore the new sponsorship and exhibitor packages for the PFI Annual Conference. Be sure to check out what companies are already signed on to exhibit at the conference.

2015 Conference Gold Sponsors:

MoistTech Corp    |    Primary Packaging

Please contact PFI staff  for more information about the conference at 
[email protected] or 206-209-5277

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