28 September 2017


Stephens Scown, Exeter

Cost: Free

The Anaerobic Digestion (AD) forum discussed the role of AD in the smart energy system.

The recently released National Grid Future Energy Scenarios has a strong emphasis on green gas and the decarbonisation of the gas network is gaining attention as a cheaper alternative to the electrification of heat.

How can learning from innovation trials be used to inform current working practices?

Wales and West Utilities discussed their work in this area.

With more Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) and Feed-in Tariff (FIT) uncertainty, what can help the sector continue to grow?

The forum brought together a mix of AD stakeholders from across the region to cover these points and more.

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Presentations from the day

An update on innovation projects from Wales and West Utilities 

The move to gas-to-grid – issues and opportunities from Stephen Scown

AD in a smart energy system from Regen

What’s the optimum use of green gas? from Andigestion

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