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Decarbonising Yorkshire with Anaerobic Digestion

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This workshop will look at how Yorkshire can make more use of anaerobic digestion (AD) to decarbonise in order to meet UK targets .

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This workshop will look at how Yorkshire can make more use of anaerobic digestion (AD) to decarbonise its industry, waste management, farming and transport in order to meet UK targets. It will also consider the implications of the Government's Green Gas Support Scheme expected in 2021 to encourage provision of green gas to the grid.

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14:00 introduction to the webinar - (Elspeth Bartlet, BioVale)

14.05 On-farm AD and the decarbonisation of agriculture (Jonathan Scurlock, Chief Adviser, Renewable Energy and Climate Change, NFU)

14:15 Community AD as part of Circular Malton (Lucy Hopwood, NNFCC)

14:25 AD's role in decarbonising the food industry (Richard Gueterbock, Foodchains)

14:35 AD as part of the local authority's decarbonisation strategy (Katie Privett, York & North Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership)

14:45 Q and A

There will be some optional online networking time after the event.

Organised as part of the THYME project, funded by the Connecting Capabilities Fund of Research England

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