Future of Biogas Europe 2017

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The event aims to bring together senior executives and experts from the full value chain to provide a forum for all parties active in the field of anaerobic degradation of organic matter and renewable energy production in the form of biogas. Power producers, technology providers, agricultural sector, food and beverage industry, waste industry and leading technology and solution providers are all impacted by the development of biogas. The conference will provide a forum to discuss the latest challenges and developments making an impact on the industry.


Who Should Attend

  • Energy companies
  • Food and beverage industry
  • Agricultural sector
  • Waste management professionals
  • Biogas Solution Providers
  • Energy Consultants
  • Regulatory and Policy Officers
  • Technology Providers

Topics

  • European biogas industry outlook
  • Anaerobic digestion utilisation in the food and beverage industry
  • Large scale biogas production: Case studies and examples
  • Adoption of biomethane in the transport sector
  • Biogas plant upgrading and optimisation with the use of anaerobic digestion
  • Emerging markets for biogas application
  • Potential in the landfill and wastewater treatment sector
  • Considerations when building new plants
  • Policy and regulation: Key developments in the European Union
  • Shaping public perception and the importance of public approval
  • UK biogas market focus
  • Sustainable feedstock selection
  • Developments in biogas production
  • Future insight: Looking to 2020 and beyond

 

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