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Irish Bioenergy Association set for February conference

Delegates will hear engaging presentations from some of the most influential people in the Irish and international bioenergy sectors with multiple engagement opportunities with speakers.

The aim of IrBEA’s National Bioenergy Conference is to develop continuous improvement, sustainability, and operational excellence within the Irish bioenergy sector and to create opportunities for sustainable growth.

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24 January 2019 | 0

The Irish Bioenergy Association’s (IrBEA) National Bioenergy Conference “Bioenergy Future Ireland” will take place on February 13, at Croke Park — an event driven by the need for sustainability, growth and development within the Irish Bioenergy industry.

The aim of IrBEA’s National Bioenergy Conference is to develop continuous improvement, sustainability, and operational excellence within the Irish bioenergy sector and to create opportunities for sustainable growth.

With this in mind IrBEA’s National Bioenergy Conference will bring together industry leaders and like-minded individuals to openly discuss the importance of operational excellence and sustainability of renewable heat incentive (RHI), renewable energy sources (RES) (E), renewable energy directive II, biomass, combined heat and power (CHP), biogas, biofuels, anaerobic digestion and much more.

Bioenergy Future Ireland 2019 will attract senior-level executives and influencers from Irish industry and business, national grid; supply, finance, and government to create an environment in which to network, do business and access frontier knowledge on the latest developments, trends, strategies, and policies relating to one of Ireland’s most important energy sectors.

Delegates will hear engaging presentations from some of the most influential people in the Irish and international bioenergy sectors and there will be multiple engagement opportunities with speakers; Sean Finan, IrBEA CEO; Des O’Toole, IrBEA president; along with government, industry and solution supplier representatives.

Tickets for the event cost €150 for IrBEA members and €245 for non-members. If interested in attending click here.

The Irish Bioenergy Association

IrBEA is the national association representing the bioenergy industry on the island of Ireland.

IrBEA seeks to increase understanding of issues related to biomass supply chains used to generate energy in the form of heat, electricity, and transport. The main objectives of the association are to influence policy makers, to promote the development of bioenergy, and to promote the interests of its members.

Improving public awareness, networking, information sharing, and liaising with similar interest groups are other key areas of work in promoting biomass as an environmentally, economically and socially sustainable energy resource.

Governance and strategic oversight is provided by IrBEA’s CEO, president and management committee, with operational support from an executive team.

IrBEA is affiliated to Bioenergy Europe (formerly known as AEBIOM) and the European Biogas Association (EBA). For more information on IrBEA check out their website.

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