Andy Yuill to chair Bioenergy Insight 2017

Natural Power's Senior Renewable Heat Manager, Andy Yuill, will be chairing this year's Bioenergy Insight conference and exhibition on 4th and 5th October at the Sheraton Grand in Edinburgh.

The conference will be hosting more than 30 talks from industry experts, discussing the trends that will shape bioenergy plans for 2018, from financing bioenergy projects, and the post-Brexit effect on bioenergy, to seizing opportunities in emerging markets.


Andy will introduce session one at 2pm on Wednesday 4th October ‘The Big Picture', which includes presentations on mapping the supply chain, exploring industrial wood pellet pricing and the European landscape, ensuring sustainability at scale, and the bankability factor: investors and incentives.

Day two will hear Andy set the scene for ‘Bioenergy Stream'. The day's agenda will cover the Brexit effect on the bioenergy market, an update on the wood-based bioenergy sector in North America, greening the UK's gas network 2012-20, greening your fleet, what's next for energy-from-waste plants in the UK, the opportunity for the development of the circular economy, the latest in pyrolysis AD systems, the future of gas from a UK perspective and delivering AD plants.

There will also be networking opportunities throughout the two-day conference. To find out more about Bioenergy Insight 2017, and to register to attend, please visit http://www.bioenergy-news.com/conference/index.php

To find out more about Natural Power's offering in the renewable heat sector, please visit https://www.naturalpower.com/sector/renewableheat/

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