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Business Opportunities in Bioenergy Supply Chain – 21/5/15


21 May 2015


9:30 – 15:30


The European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI), Aston University, Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B4 7ET.


The European Bioenergy Research Institute (EBRI)

The event

Could your business take a stake in the £12billion bioenergy sector by becoming part of its supply chain? EBRI is holding this free workshop to offer businesses based in the West Midlands the opportunity to explore the dynamics, structure, threats and opportunities of the UK’s growing bioenergy sector. This industry workshop will share EBRI’s insights and observations on what the changes in the bioenergy sector mean for your business and will offer support and guidance to improve your business performance by unlocking the potential of your supply chain. The bioenergy sector is set to generate £12billion of new market opportunities for customers and suppliers within UK supply chains by 2020. As this market continues to grow and evolve, it is more important than ever that businesses in the West Midlands find out how to make the most of this complex but compelling market opportunity. Workshop topics include:

  • Understanding the changing structure of the UK bioenergy market
  • Identifying opportunities and threats
  • Anaerobic Digestion, Gasification and Combustion market trends
  • Innovations within the sector
  • Demystifying bioenergy supply chains
  • Exploiting market forces
  • Future policy and market trends
  • How supply chain thinking can improve business performance

You will have the opportunity to collaborate with EBRI’s bioenergy experts who will provide you with a bespoke ‘Bioenergy Business Outlook’ report identifying the key opportunities for your business. You will also be invited to take part in ongoing research led by EBRI’s supply chain experts that will help your business to maximise opportunities to win new customers and enhance your supply chain.

Booking and further information

For further information and online booking, visit EBRI’s website. Any problems in booking, please email bioenergy@aston.ac.uk.

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