Following successful editions in Austria, Belgium and the UK, Green Power Conferences are pleased to announce that the 7th international biogas networking conference will take place in Milan.
The event will create a networking platform for the European biogas industry, policy makers and potential investors to examine growth strategies and technological advances in biogas production.
Delegates will learn from best practice case studies from both mature and emerging markets and gain a clear understanding of the current regulatory framework, investment criteria, project start up requirements, plant optimisation and upgrading biogas for injection into national gas grids.
Confirmed speakers include:
Klaus Dorninger, Managing Director,
Erdgas OÖ, Austria
Gian Lorenzo Giuliattini Burbui, Renewable Energy, Generation Market, Enel Green Power, Italy
Marina Calcagno Baldini, Innovhub Special Agency of Milan Chamber of Commerce, Italy
Gerrit Volk, Head of Grid Injection Division, Bundesnetzagentur (Federal Network Agency), Germany
Angel Gutiérrez, Research Manager, Naturgas Energia, Spain
Andreas Glatzer, Renewable Equity Deparment, Renergie, Austria
Tico Cohen, Senior Process Manager-Biogas, Rhodia Energy Services, Netherlands
Gildas Le Saux, Biogasmax Project Manager, Lille Métropole Communauté Urbaine, France
Francesca Sacchini, EU Projects Division Manager, Gruppo Impresa Finance, Italy
Randy Mott, President, CEERES, Poland
Juan Manuel Valor Font, Chief Executive Officer, Husesolar, Spain
Kirsten Van Gorkum, Innovator Green Gas, Enexis, Netherlands
Enrico Simonetto, Market Development Manager, Fri El Green Power, Italy
Enrico Piraccini, Environmental Division, Gruppo Hera, Italy
Richard Turner, Director, Viridor Waste Management, UK
Peter Boisen, Honorary Chairman, NGVA Europe, Sweden
Luca Barbato, Project Manager Renewables Energies, Ravano Green Power, Italy
Harald Bala, Counsellor, Energieversorgung Margarethen, Austria
Klass de Jong, Senior Technology Advisor, Essent Warme, Netherlands
Erik Malmberg, Export Director Biogas, Malmberg Waters, Sweden
Steven Vallender, National Grid, UK
Who you will meet:
Access key decision-makers and experts at Biogas Europe with 50% director level or higher!
700 past attendees at our biogas events including senior representatives from:
Agricapital, Asia Green Capital, Austrian Compost & Biogas Association, Biogas Technology, Biogen, British Sugar, Carbon Trust Enterprises, Cargill, Climate Change Capital, Chesterfield Biogas, Dalkia, DEFRA, DSM, Dexia Credit Local, Ecofys, EGF Portugal, Enexis, EnviTec Biogas, E.ON, Essent Warme, FLI Energy, Foresight Group, Gasum, GDF Suez, GE Energy, GE Jenbacher, Gasunie Engineering & Technology, Goteborg Energi, Gruppo Hera, Investec Bank, Landesbank Berlin, Malmberg Waters, Mott MacDonald, National Farmers Union, National Grid, Naturgas Energia, Nuon, NVGA Europe, Organic Power, Overgas, Pacific Gas & Electricity Company, Pro 2 Anlagentechnik, Quest Air, Raiffeisenlandesbank, Real Energy, Schmack Biogas, Scottish Water, Severn Trent Water, Swedish Biogas, United Utilities, Valorsul, Veolia, Vogelsang, Wartsila, Waste Solutions, Xergi
An introduction to Biogas: feedstocks, conversion processes and energy applications.
This concise, 1-day introduction to biogas energy provides an excellent training session for those new to the industry, and/or those in need of a refresher on its scientific and technology principles, or a guide through the minefield of terminology. The day will explain, in clear, accessible language, the various processes and facilities that exist (or are emerging) to turn biomass feedstocks and wastes into useful gas fuel, heat and/or electrical power.
The material has been developed exclusively by Green Power Academy to provide a completely independent, unbiased and hype-free view of the biogas industries. You will learn not only the scientific fundamentals but also the key commercial and economic aspects: both opportunities and barriers and problems yet to be overcome.
Level & Style
The course will explain key concepts and terminology in energy, power and technology, but assumes no prior technical knowledge. Indeed the course will be of particular value to those working in non-technical functions, who need to understand the technology fundamentals, their economics, development and market applications; but not the nuts-and-bolts of engineering or hands-on installation.
The course runs in a friendly, informal manner, encouraging discussions and questions to ensure that participants get the most out of their time. In order to better understand and illustrate the various topics, some simple calculations and other explanatory exercises may be incorporated.
22 June - Day 2
Unlocking the potential of Pan-European biogas production
Session 1: The Increasing Importance of Biogas in the EU Energy Strategy
Session 2: National Action Plans & Strategies
Session 3: Finance & Investment in Biogas
Session 4: Project Planning & Development
23 June - Day 2
Optimising biogas plants
Session 5: Agricultural Biogas Production
Session 6: Biogas from Organic Waste, Industrial Waste & Waste Water
Session 7: Biogas in Transportation
Session 8: Biogas Heating & Cogeneration
Session 9: Biogas Upgrading & Grid Connection
If you would like to speak at this event please submit a speaking proposal (presentation title, 4-5 bullet points and brief synopsis) to Dennis Liu, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sponsor Biogas Europe and benefit from:
Sponsorship options offering varying levels of branding and exposure are available to suit budgets and marketing aims.
Chris Lewis for further details
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