The IrBEA’s 21st National Bioenergy Conference will take place on Tuesday 11th October at the Lyrath Hotel in Kilkenny. We look forward to welcoming IrBEA members and a diverse range of stakeholders to this event.
This year’s conference will focus on the need to accelerate the uptake of bioenergy technology deployment in Ireland. IrBEA acknowledges that most larger businesses and new start-ups are aware of their responsibilities to be more sustainable and energy efficient. At this year’s conference, IrBEA wants to promote the role bioenergy can play in this transition from fossil fuels, helping businesses reduce costs, improve energy security, reduce supply chain risk, reduce carbon footprints, and improve company sustainability ratings.
We have had consistent attendance over the past 15 years at our conference with over 200 delegates attending this event annually. The event is targeted at a wide range of stakeholders and interested parties including: bioenergy project developers, utility providers, policymakers, political representatives, financiers, large energy users, businesses, engineers, landowners, and environmental groups. Our feedback from previous conferences indicates that attendees value the opportunity to meet those actively involved in the bioenergy sector. To hear about latest developments, successful projects and case studies, in the sector, broaden their knowledge and access further information, network and make new contacts.
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