Natural Power's Senior Bioenergy Manager, Andy Yuill, will be on the panel for a session on ‘Highlighting the role of policy in driving demand and market security' at the World Bio Markets conference which takes place from 27th - 29th March in Amsterdam.
The session, chaired by Bob Cleaves, President and CEO at the Biomass Power Association, will examine comparative case studies of global biomass power policy; explore ways to implement long term security through feed-in-tariffs and tax incentives; assess how the implementation of international and national renewable energy targets drive investment in biomass power; and help determine the viability of punitive policies against fossil fuels in driving biomass power upscale.
Andy will be joined on the panel by Jason Woods, Founding Partner at In Perpetuum, and Max Aitken, Founder and Co-CEO at Estover.
About World Bio Markets (WBM)
WBM returns to facilitate growth and commercialisation across the global bio-economy for the 12th successive year. Over 500 senior-level decision makers from the entire bio-based value chain descend on Amsterdam in search of the partnerships, biotech breakthroughs, investment opportunities and innovations that are poised to spearhead the bio-economy of tomorrow.
WBM is designed to leave no stone unturned in showcasing the very latest projects and upcoming opportunities in the biofuel, bio-chemical, biomass power and bio-based product worlds. Across three days of dynamic content, a host of networking opportunities and a bespoke partnering platform, WBM intends to equip delegates with the knowledge and connections to succeed in the bio-economy.
Find out more about this event and register to attend here http://www.worldbiomarkets.com/home
About Natural Power
Natural Power is a leading independent renewable energy and infrastructure consultancy. The company offers proactive and integrated advisory, management and due diligence services, backed by an innovative product range, across the onshore wind, offshore wind, wave, tidal, renewable heat, solar pv and hydro sectors, whilst maintaining a strong outlook on other new and emerging renewable energy sectors in the UK, Europe and globally.
The Renewable Heat team has practical knowledge and experience in bioenergy technologies for heat, power and cogeneration applications. It provides expertise in every stage of the project development and plant operations lifecycle, including: site assessment, feedstock assessment, design and engineering, tendering for contractors, consenting, construction management and operational asset management. To find out more about Natural Power's bioenergy capabilities, contact Andy Yuill - firstname.lastname@example.org