Dr Jonathan Scurlock is speaking at The World Biogas Expo

Environment and climate

10 July 2024, 08:00 – 09:30

NEC, Birmingham

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Hear Dr Jonathan Scurlock speak at World Biogas Expo Farmers Breakfast, which takes place 10 July at the NEC, Birmingham.

Come to the Farmers Breakfast from 8:00 to 9:30 on 10 July at the World Biogas Expo at the NEC Birmingham, United Kingdom to hear a panel of experts speak.

Jonathan will be speaking about the NFU’s response to the government’s ‘Future of Biomethane’ consultation, as well as our continued hope that the incoming government will offer more support for small-scale on-farm AD (anaerobic digestion).

It's the perfect place to network and ask questions.

The breakfast features guest talks and networking for the on-farm AD (anaerobic digestion) plant operators, farmers using AD co-products such as biofertiliser, and farmers and landowners interested in developing new AD plants on their land.

Whilst you’re here, be sure to explore the rest of the World Biogas Expo’s free talks and exhibition of tech and services throughout 10-11 July – co-organised by the ADBA (Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association) and the WBA (World Biogas Association).

Jonathan will also be speaking in a Wednesday morning session 10:30 to 11:15 on The Importance of Small-Scale AD in Emerging Markets – discussing how UK farm experience with biogas technology has relevance to farming worldwide.

Free admission

Admission to the breakfast and expo is free of charge.

Register for World Biogas Expo 2024 Registration.

RSVP in advance for the breakfast at The World Biogas Expo | Farmers Breakfast.

Dr Jonathan Scurlock

Chief Adviser Renewable Energy and Climate Change

Jonathan's background is in university and government research, covering energy and climate policy, plant physiology, bioenergy and other renewables.

He was educated at Oxford and London, and is a Visiting Fellow at the Open University. 

Event details
Start Date
10 July 2024 at 08:00
End Date
10 July 2024 at 09:30

NEC, Birmingham

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