Value from Waste Master Class

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 25/03/2020 - 26/03/2020
All Day

Location
EBRI, Aston University, Birmingham

Category(ies)

Bookings are closed for this event.

Event Details

This event has been postponed and will be rescheduled.

In the meantime if you would like to pre-register for our next event, please email bioenergy@aston.ac.uk

 

Is your business seeking new market opportunities?
Designed specifically for entrepreneurs and business leaders, this tailor-made course can help you transfer knowledge and skills directly to your business.

Ambitious government targets to increase the security of energy supply and to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will drive growth of the bioenergy, energy-from-waste, energy systems and bioproducts sectors over the next ten years.

According to the Committee on Climate Change, bioenergy alone could provide up to 15% of UK energy demand in a low carbon economy by 2050. It is now the largest contributing renewable technology in the UK, providing 7.4% of primary energy supply.

Course programme
EBRI’s world-leading scientists and researchers have designed a tailor-made course to introduce the practical skills, concepts and strategies your business needs to achieve success in these increasingly important, vibrant market sectors.

Topics covered
– Technologies & Feedstock
– Supply Chains
– Business Opportunities
– Carbon Reduction

Who should attend
SME business leaders and entrepreneurs in the West Midlands seeking:
– New opportunities in the bioeconomy marketplace including biomass, biorefining, bioenergy, biofuels and biobased products and services
– Expert advice and guidance to help develop solutions that are right for their organisation

Register now

To book your place email bioenergy@aston.ac.uk or call 0121 204 3383.

There will be no charge for eligible* companies to attend this event.

Download EBRI Master Class flyer here

*SME businesses located within the following West Midlands Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) areas: Greater Birmingham and Solihull, Black Country, Coventry and Warwickshire, the Marches and Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire.