The REA and CNG Services have been running Biomethane Day since 2012. It is the largest gathering in the gas-to-grid industry. With 84 plants having injected biomethane by the end of 2017, “Green Gas” is starting
to make a material contribution on the UK’s path to lower carbon.
The focus of Biomethane Day 2018 will be to brief the industry on policy developments relevant to biomethane (heat and transport policy) as well as new projects coming on line, Innovation, technology development, R&D, green gas certification and market
In addition, there have been important developments in relation to the use of grid injected biomethane as a transport fuel, with changes to the RTFO scheme acting to support biomethane. The new Bio-CNG trucks made by Scania (500 mile range) and Iveco and the developments by CNG Fuels and Waitrose mean that it is possible to adopt a 100% diesel free transport fleet.
Biomethane Day is a fantastic networking opportunity, where developers and operators can meet financiers, feedstock providers, waste hauliers, government officials and suppliers. This year we are expecting over 300 delegates, with exhibition stands from all of the major suppliers to the biomethane industry. If you are considering Biomethane to Grid, this is the one industry event you cannot afford to miss.
Our subsequent work has been directed towards successfully overcoming technical and regulatory barriers, safeguarding income and ensuring that sustainability rules are fair and achievable.
Click here to view the full programme and confirmed speakers - UK Biomethane Programme 2018
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Chair - Gaynor Hartnell, REA
State of the Sector
'UK Biomethane Market Review' - John Baldwin, CNG Services Ltd
'Heat Beyond 2021 - Does Biomethane Have a Role to Play?'- Oliver Quast, BEIS
'Policy Update from DfT on Biomethane' - Aaron Berry, Department for Transport
European Market Development
'Cush RNG Injection Project' - James Browne, Gas Networks Ireland
'Deploying Biomethane in the Transport Sector & Emission Testing Results' - David Hurren, Air Liquide
'Biomethane Market in Denmark' - Asger Myken, Orsted
'Innovation in the Sector & Overview of Projects Injecting H2 Into the Network' - Navdeep Singh Kahlon, Cadent Gas
Power to Gas - 'A Commercial Perspective' - Michael Chesshire, Lutra Ltd
Power to Gas - 'Distillery CO2' - Simon Griew, Simon Griew Consulting
'Bio-SNG-The Swindon Project' - Andy Cornell, Advanced Plasma Power
Green Gas Certificates & Innovation
'Project CLoCC: Connecting to the NTS' - Claire Gumbley, National Grid
'Market Update from the REAL Green Gas Certification Scheme' - Jesse Scharf, GGCS
'Biomethane Production Review' - Tim Davis, Barrow Green Gas