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European Agri Energy Conference Peterborough

European Agri Energy Conference 17th & 18th November 2014

This two-day conference will bring together an impressive panel of speakers to showcase the latest research and best practice in energy- from-waste, biomass, biogas and renewable energy solutions for the agricultural and food and drink processing sectors.
The event will include a series of presentations, Q&As and networking opportunities with researchers and industry specialists from Italy and the UK, as well as with companies who are implementing agri-energy solutions on the ground.

European Agri Energy Conference Monday 17th November

9.00 – Coffee and registration
9.30 – Welcome from The Mayor of Peterborough, Cllr David Over
9.40 – Welcome from Cllr Cereste, Leader of Peterborough City Council
10.00 – Institutional greetings from Puglia Elena Gentile MEP, Giovanni Genchi, Director of International Affairs, Puglia Region, Giovanni Granatiero, Manager of Rural Development, Puglia Region, Alberto Casoria, President of Meridaunia LAG
11.00 – Break
11.15 – Presentation of the Inter-territorial co-operation project “Apulian in the World” Meridaunia LAG and Introduction to the themes of the workshop – Renato Pavia, Engineer, Meridaunia LAG
13.00 – Lunch
14.00 – Mike Carter, Cambridgeshire Fens LEADER Programme 2014-2020
14.30 – Professor Massimo Monteleone, University of Foggia via Skype
15.30 – Break
15.45 – Phil Hunt, Rural Energy – Biomass solutions Keith Waldron, Institute for Food Research – Exploiting biomass bi-products
17.00 – Close

European Agri Energy Conference Tuesday 18th November

9.00 – Coffee and registration
9.30 – Welcome
9.45 – Dr Stephen Temple, Copys Green Farm – AD from silage Ypatios Mysiadis, Smart Biosystems Ltd – New efficiencies in AD Lee Dobinson, Local Generation – Commercial AD operations Raffaella Villa, Cranfield Centre for Renewable Energy
11.30 – Break
11.45 – Michele Ruberto, Ruberto Farm Tim French, RES Group – Commercial wind farms
13.00 – Lunch and close

European Agri Energy Conference Places are free but registration is essential.

With presentations from:

  • Cranfield Centre for Renewable Energy
  • Institute for Food Research
  • Rural Energy
  • Cambridgeshire Fens LEADER Programme 2014-2020
  • University of Foggia
  • RES Group
  • Meridaunia LAG
  • Copys Green Farm
  • Smart Biosystems Ltd
  • Local Generation
  • Ruberto Farm.

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