Europe's largest dedicated Bioenergy Event

"The exhibition proved highly successful for CERAM and provided the perfect opportunity to network with both new and existing customers. The show also allowed for first-hand discussions with a wide range of visitors and exhibitors around industry news, future products and services."

Rob Mitchell,





    It's an exciting time for biomass in the power sector. Banding in the Renewables Obligation gives 1.5ROCs/MWh for dedicated biomass plant and there is some progress on using biomass from waste. In April 2010, the Government will introduce tariffs for smaller-scale renewable electricity generation - we'll be looking at their plans in detail (published summer 2009). We're also covering concerns about sustainability and resource efficiency, which have come to the fore this year.


    Biogas is finally taking off in the UK. It can be used for power, heat and transport and there is huge potential - National Grid estimates it could make up nearly 50% of domestic gas by 2020. The double ROCs available for AD under the Renewables Obligation are stimulating new plant and financial incentives for biomethane injection into the grid are expected in 2011. Renewable gas should also become more attractive for transport as new vehicles become available and the Fuel Quality Directive rewards fuels with high GHG savings.

    Transport biofuels

    The Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation had a turbulent first year, with US subsidies, scaled back targets and serious errors in the legislation. Despite this, UK-produced biofuels are notching up impressive results on GHG savings and sustainability, with new plant entering production over the next 12 months. Although the short term is still unclear, the longer term looks much better. The Renewable Energy Directive will require 10% of transport energy to be renewable by 2020 - and biofuels will have the lion's share of this as the only technology likely to be available on the required scale.



2010 Exhibition

2010 Conference

Full Bioenergy Exhibition with over 200 companies showcasing:

  • Biomass/Wood energy
  • Biogas
  • Biodiesel
  • Fuel from Waste

Great value exhibition and sponsorship packages.

The key Bioenergy event where people meet to do business.

Definitive source of information for key decision makers.

Free practical workshops with expert advice, 3 workshop areas: Biogas, Biomass, Biofuels.

Live demonstrations on stands showcasing products and techniques in action.

Held in a world-class central venue.

High profile PR programme to publicise event


The REA is holding its annual Bioenergy Conference at EBEC. The powerful combination of Large Exhibition alongside the Industry Association's main Bioenergy Conference makes EBEC the place to be for Bioenergy in 2010.

Conference highlights:

  • 4 Conference streams over 2 days
  • Focus on getting your Bioenergy Project funded
  • Key industry speakers
  • Up to date legislation and incentive information
  • Latest developments in Feedstocks
  • Addressing the latest industry issues

Insight into latest Government incentives






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