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Sustainable energy is not a requirement, it is a necessity

The IrBEA National Conference will take place on February 13, in Dublin.
The IrBEA National Conference will take place on February 13, in Dublin.

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

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20 December 2018 | 0

The Irish BioEnergy Association (IrBEA) are holding their national conference in Croke Park, Dublin, on February 13, 2019, on the topic of the future of bioenergy in Ireland.

The IrBEA National Bioenergy Conference is an event driven by the need for sustainability, growth, and development within the Irish bioenergy industry.

This sector of the Irish Green Bioeconomy merits a symposium which recognises leadership and operational excellence in Irish bioenergy.

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

IrBEA National Conference 2019 – Agenda for the day

Session One: SSRH & Irish Policy Perspective

9:00am: Sean Finan – CEO – IrBEA.
9.10am: Ministerial Opening.
9:20am: Support Scheme for Renewable Heat: Ray Langton – Programme Manager – SEAI.
9:35am : Mobilising Biomass: Des O’Toole (IrBEA & Coillte) & Maurice Ryan (Greenbelt).
9.50am: Meeting the Climate Change Challenge in Agriculture: Michelle Kearney – Policy Analyst – Dept. Agriculture, Food & Marine.
10:05am: Impact of SSRH for Heat Sector. Tom Sheehy – Commercial Manager – Clearpower

Refreshments and Q&A Session.

Session Two: Industry in Action

11:00am: Torrified Fuels: Tim Minett CEO – CPL Fuels.
11:15am: Forestry Perspective: Geraldine O’Sullivan – Executive Secretary – IFA.
11:30am: Developments in Anaerobic Digestion: James Russell – Techical Director – BIOCORE.
11.45am: Biofuels & Transport Energy: James Cogan – EERL.
12.00pm: Pharmaceutical Bioenergy Potential: Peter Moran – Energy Manager – Abbvie.

Lunch & Workshop Opportunity

Session Three: Policy in Europe & at Home

2:00pm: Project Initiation: Garrett Monaghan – Partner – DWF.
2.15pm: Biomethane from Excess Electricity: Professor Jerry Murphy – Bioenergy Researcher – UCC & IEA.
2:30pm: Funding Opportunities: Seamus McCabe – Vice President – Green Investment Bank.
2:45pm: Bioenergy – Europe’s Largest Renewable Energy Source: Bioenergy Europe.
3.00pm: Sustainable Criteria in SSRH: PJ McLoughlin/Denis Neary – SEAI.

Closing Comments: Des O’Toole – (President) IrBEA

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