ADBA Scottish National Conference

Date: 28th February 2018

Location: Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow

Conference to offer timely review of prospects for AD in Scotland

A couple of weeks ago, the Scottish Government published its first ever Energy Strategy*, which set a new target of 50% of all Scotland’s heat, transport and electricity consumption to be supplied from renewable sources by 2030. It notes that biogas and biomethane will have a role to play in helping to decarbonise Scotland’s energy system – especially around heat and transport.

The AD industry’s potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will be a topic for discussion at the forthcoming ADBA Scottish National Conference 2018 on 28th February, with Roseanna Cunningham MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform providing the keynote address on the Scottish Government’s proposed new climate change bill.

Delegates and speakers will also discuss the best use of biogas in Scotland, the impact of Brexit on AD investment, food waste AD capacity, and opportunities to grow AD for the benefit of the business and farming communities.

Conference topics:
  • Scottish Government new climate change bill
  • Brexit and investments
  • Food waste AD capacity
  • Best use of biogas in Scotland
  • Small scale AD
  • Digestate use and commercialisation
  • Food security and land use

This will be a timely opportunity to share the latest insights on AD prospects in Scotland. Book now to secure your place.

*Scottish Energy Strategy: The future of energy in Scotland

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Rates*:

  • ADBA members –  £190 
  • 3 for 2 members - £280
  • Non-members – £250 
  • 3 for 2 non-members - £400
  • Local authorities/students – £99

*(All rates excl. VAT)

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