The new coalition government has committed to a huge increase in energy from waste through anaerobic digestion. If this is an area in which you are interested, ALDC has been sent details of a conference and tradeshow that may be useful – UK AD and Biogas 2010 is the event to attend this year if you are involved in or interested in this area.
At UK AD & BIOGAS 2010 you can:
- meet leading suppliers, industry experts, financiers, local authorities, researchers, government agencies and developers in our buzzing exhibition
- network with representatives from the agricultural, waste, energy, finance, water, retail and local authority sectors
- hear Government Ministers and other high profile speakers give exclusive insight into ‘The Future of Anaerobic Digestion in the UK’ at our two-day conference (separate paid entry)
- attend FREE workshops, seminars and masterclasses packed with practical advice and discussions.
The UK AD & Biogas 2010 trade show is on 7-8 July in the NEC, Birmingham hosted by The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA) is the first ever trade show focusing solely on anaerobic digestion and biogas.
The two day conference ‘The Future of the AD Industry in the UK’ will include:
- Ministers from DECC and DEFRA
- David Kennedy, Chief Executive, The Committee on Climate Change
- Lord Oxburgh
- Gwyn Jones, Vice President, NFU
- Steve Smith, Senior Partner, Local Grids and RPI-X@20, Ofgem
- Dr Martin Bigg, Head of Policy, Environment Agency
- Chris Matthews, Head of Sustainability, United Utilities
- Paul Turner, Head of Sustainable Development, Lloyds Banking Group
- Patrick Miller, Director, Deutsche Bank
- Marcus Gover, Director of Market Development Programmes, WRAP
- Mark Bugler, Energy Technology and Innovation Manager, British Gas New Energy
- Stuart Hayward Higham, Technical Director, Sita
- Samantha Fuller, Development Manager, Scottish & Southern Energy