Date: 04 September 2013 | 10.00-15.30 (GMT)
Venue: University of Abertay Dundee, Dundee, Kydd Building, Angus, UK, DD1 1HG
The Scottish Biofuel Programme in collaboration with the Environmental Sustainability KTN hope to raise awareness of the potential use of anaerobic digestion as a sustainable energy option and provide delegates with the chance to discuss the challenges and opportunities.
• Provide information about the opportunities for AD
• Identify any challenges that need to be addressed
• Provide an excellent networking opportunity
Who should attend?
The event will be of interest to companies, research organisations, government and consultants working in the energy, food, water and aquaculture sectors.
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09.30 Arrival and refreshments
10.00 Welcome Jenni McDonnell, ESKTN & Colin Robertson, SBP
10.15 The science behind anaerobic digestion, Joseph Akunna, University of Abertay
10.35 Commercial deployment of AD: the Global perspective, Jorin Mamen, BiofuelNet
11.30 Large scale onsite energy generation, Pat Howe, Scottish & Southern Energy
11.50 Opportunities for the Water Industry, Paul Banfield, Veolia Water Outsourcing & Gordon
Reid, Scottish Water
12.10 Opportunities for the Food Industry, Richard Gueterbock, Clearfleau
12.30 Networking Lunch
13.30 Community energy, Moray Finch, Mull and Iona Island Community Trust
13.50 AD Funding Opportunity, Alison McKinnie, Zerowaste Scotland
14.10 The Scottish Biofuel Programme, Colin Robertson
14.30 Roundtable Discussions, An opportunity to discuss the future for AD in Scotland
15.15 Feedback to Group
15:30 Closing remarks, Colin Robertson, Scottish Biofuel ProgrammeBack