Cleveland, OH, September 27, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Dr. Peter Reimers, President and CEO of Arisdyne Systems, Inc., participated in a panel discussion on “Current Challenges and Opportunities for the European Biodiesel Producer” at the European Biodiesel Conference 2009, held in Prague, Czech Republic. The panel was designed to help European Biodiesel Producers maximize their growth and profits, and also featured Granville Smith, CEO of Al Tayyar Energy and Paul Keurinck, Director of Biocar.
“Biodiesel in the European market is a very competitive industry,” said Peter Reimers, CEO and President of Arisdyne Systems. “This panel was designed to help producers learn how to minimize costs, maximize results, and thrive in the growing European biodiesel market.”
Organized by Active Communications International, the European Biodiesel Conference brought together experts from companies all over Europe and throughout the rest of the world to discover, consider and discuss the latest strategies and technological advances in the biodiesel industry. The conference took place 16-17 September and also featured discussions of biodiesel quality, market opportunities, feedstock options, and the global biofuels and bioenergy market.
Dr. Reimers joined Arisdyne in August of 2008, following more than 10 years in the biofuels and alternative energy industry. His global business background includes extensive experience in process design & operations, global feedstock and fuel markets, strategic planning, commodity trading, and project management with a focus on biotechnology.
Prior to joining Arisdyne, Reimers worked for Archer Daniels Midland for more than 10 years, overseeing biodiesel operations in the European Union and in the United States. Most recently, he was the managing director of long-term technology strategy in which he was responsible for evaluating investment options for a new research and development center focusing on bioenergy technologies.
About Arisdyne Systems, Inc.
Arisdyne Systems, Inc. is the pioneering authority in the use of hydrodynamic cavitation to produce biofuels and the winner of the 2009 NorTech Award for Innovation in Advanced Energy. Arisdyne Systems, Inc.’s in-house research team is at the forefront of the clean alternative fuel industry with more than 20 U.S. patents and 150 international patents applying to biofuels innovation. The company is dedicated to designing new and better biofuel systems to help our environment and have a positive impact on U.S. energy independence. For more information, call 216-458-1991 ext. 482 or visit the company website at www.arisdyne.com.