UK Biomethane Day 2016

Wednesday, 20 April 2016
National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham, B92 0EJ.

At the time of the first REA UK Biomethane Day in 2012 the UK had not completed any Biomethane projects. In 2013 there was one, Rainbarrow Farm, joined by two more in 2014. By the end of 2015 there will be fifty one completed Biomethane projects and by 1st April 2016 there will be sixty one operational Biomethane to Grid projects, with the UK having the fastest growing, most innovative and diverse Biomethane market in Europe.

To celebrate the success of this market and to showcase project developments, UK Biomethane Day 2016 gives Biogas producers and developers the chance to meet all the main Biomethane industry suppliers and to understand how to take full advantage of the new Biomethane RHI tariffs. We are expecting over 300 delegates, with exhibition stands from all of the major suppliers of Biomethane related plant. If you are considering Biomethane to Grid this is the one industry event you cannot afford to miss.

You will find out how the growth of 2015 is continuing through 2016 and beyond as Biomethane has become the leading renewable heat technology in the UK.

REA Biogas ( is the established voice for the UK AD and biogas industry. Over the past eight years we have worked with our partners and stakeholders to convince successive Governments of the benefits of Biomethane injection, resulting in the introduction of the Renewable Heat Incentive in 2011.

Our subsequent work has been directed towards successfully overcoming the technical and regulatory barriers on the ground, safeguarding income and ensuring that sustainability rules are fair and achievable. We are confident that 2016 will build on an excellent year for the sector and we are looking forward to UK Biomethane Day, which promises to be another fantastic event..

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Published: 07/01/2016
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