Presentation on theme: "Welcome to On Farm Anaerobic Digestion Wednesday 18th Feb 2009 Walford & North Shropshire College Diane Roberts, Pat Pimlott, Dave Hallam."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to On Farm Anaerobic Digestion Wednesday 18th Feb 2009 Walford & North Shropshire College Diane Roberts, Pat Pimlott, Dave Hallam
TimeAgenda ItemSpeaker 09:30Coffee and Registration 10:00WelcomeDiane Roberts, Re:think Energy Project Manager, Staffordshire County Council 10:15An introduction to ADLucy Lewis, Biogengreenfinch Ltd 10:40AD financial incentivesLucy Hodsman, The National Non- Food Crops Centre 11:00Options for selling heat and powerJohn Dodds, Inenco 11:25Questions and Answers 11:45Refreshments 12:00Legalities of ADCarmen Marco, Animal Health 12:20Planning and PermittingGillian Pawson, GP Planning Ltd 12:40Digestate standardsSharon Russell-Verma, WRAP 13:00Questions and Answers 13: :00 Lunch,On-site AD tours and networking with speakers Close Jon Parry, Walford & North Shropshire College
Establishing Staffordshire and Shropshire as UK leaders in renewable technology The Staffordshire & Shropshire RE:think Energy Project
Project Objectives: Developing a strong Renewables Business Network. Showcasing renewable technologies in practice to the rest of the UK. Pulling the cluster together under a corporate brand. Raising awareness of the application of renewables in the public sector and construction industry. Increasing the investment in production facilities for biomass fuel sources. Improving the quality of biomass supply. Increasing the use of renewable technologies.
RE:think Energy Grants 50% funding up to £2,500 for renewable energy feasibility studies Evaluate your site to determine most suited renewable technology Or undertake a detailed study on a specific technology through to specification of system requirements Short application – choose your consultant (2 quotes) Apply for funding Funding approved, study completed, payment on receipt of copy and invoice Support from project network and Harper Adams in following through recommendations, grants etc N.B. Rural Regeneration Zone grant offer is different
RE:think Energy Grants 7 studies undertaken to date £11,232 in Grants allocated £29,240 feasibility work undertaken Guidance Notes & Local Consultant listings on memory stick Contact us to discuss project and application form