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EBRI Master Class Course:
Value from Waste
New dates announced

Is your business seeking new market opportunities?
Redundant material such as food waste, cardboard boxes, plastic waste, sawdust, waste oils, manure, hay straw, sugar beet residue, spent grain waste from breweries are only a few examples of waste that could potentially open up fresh possibilities for your business.

EBRI's new series of Master Class courses provides exclusive content for entrepreneurs and business leaders covering the technical and commercial fundamentals of bioenergy and energy systems. 

Companies looking to develop new products and services can benefit from attending this event, as can those who are simply looking for a better understanding of the bioenergy market. EBRI will be running the two-day course at:

Black Country: 17-18 October 2018
 

Register now - click here

To discover more about the EBRI Master Class watch EBRI's short video, and a selection of business testimonials.

Mapping UK Bioenergy Research Stakeholders

EBRI has completed an unprecedented study of bioenergy research in the UK

Written by EBRI's Dr Natalia Maria-Gomez and Prof. Tony Bridgwater, a year long investigation has resulted in a new report that provides a current, holistic overview of UK bioenergy research to encourage and promote collaboration between research stakeholders and provide a resource for policy and decision makers. The full report is available to download here.

Other EBRI events

We run a regular series of seminars and workshops designed to meet the needs of business and industry and are happy to provide speakers to take part in your events - please get in touch to see how we can help you. We also regularly take part in industry exhibitions throughout the West Midlands and beyond. All details of our events - plus bioenergy specific events run by other organisations - can be found in our events calendar. 

Bioenergy Events Calendar

 
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Media Enquiries

Media Enquiries

For expert comments, images, interviews and logos, or to arrange a visit to the European Bioenergy Research Institute, please contact Irene Watkinson, Marketing & Promotions Officer on +44 (0) 121 204 3430 or i.i.watkinson@aston.ac.uk.

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