19 – 20 November 2014
09:00 – 17:00
Aston University, Birmingham, B4 7ET.
European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI)
EBRI are offering this FREE course so that businesses in the West Midlands can take advantage of the £12 billion bioenergy market. After listening to feedback from valued industry partners, EBRI’s world-leading scientists and researchers have brought together the disparate world of bioenergy into a concise, two-day introductory course for entrepreneurs and business leaders: The EBRI Bioenergy Master Class! The course will introduce the practical skills, concepts and strategies your business needs to achieve success in the growing bioenergy sector. The course covers what EBRI believes to be the ‘Four Fundamentals’ of bioenergy: 1. Bioenergy Projects This first session will cover all you need to know about how to structure a successful bioenergy project, secure investment and boost your business plan. 2. Bioenergy Technologies This session will increase your knowledge of the core bioenergy technology options, how they work and how to choose the right technology for your project. 3. Policy & Incentives Gain an understanding of what’s driving the growth of the sector and how you can maximise your profits by accessing lucrative incentive schemes. 4. Planning & Permitting During this session you’ll learn to navigate the complex path of planning and permitting regulations associated with all the key bioenergy technologies and feedstocks. Whether you’re a project developer, investor, technology provider or engineering firm, we’re certain this course will provide a great opportunity to share the latest knowledge and perspectives on how your company can become a bioenergy success story. If your business is located in the West Midlands then you are eligible to attend our exclusive Master Class course for free. There are just 15 places available for the course, so please book your place now to avoid disappointment. Overnight accommodation can be provided.
Booking and further information
To register your place, visit EBRI’s website. For further information, read their blog, email email@example.com or call 0121 204 3345.