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Biogas Channel 

Biogas Channel is a totally original idea within the international media scenario: a video-only web channel on a dedicated platform for the world of biogas. A practical and global viewing tool that gathers only videos with always up-to-date contents on research, technologies, regulations and opportunities in the biogas sector.

For more information: www.biogaschannel.com/en/

The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management (CIWM)

The Chartered Institution of Wastes Management CIWM), is the professional body which represents over 7,000 waste professionals working in the sustainable resources and wastes management sectors- predominantly in the UK but also overseas. CIWM sets the professional standards for individuals working in the industry and has various grades of membership determined by education, qualification and experience. As the industry leader, CIWM champions the success of individual professionals and organisations working in our industry.

CIWM Journal: www.ciwm-journal.co.uk

The  Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM)

Working for the public benefit for a clean, green and sustainable world, CIWEM (The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management) is the only independent, chartered professional body and registered charity with an integrated approach to environmental, social and cultural issues. Please visit http://www.ciwem.org/ for more information or call a member of the team on 01392 494399 for details on membership and our upcoming events.

 For more information: www.ciwem.org


ENDS Waste & Bioenergy (EWB) 

ENDS Waste & Bioenergy (EWB) is a professional website plus market intelligence service for the European and international waste and biomass energy industries, their suppliers and other organisations active in sustainable waste management and, biomass production and biomass-based renewable energy.

We cover the full range of waste and biomass energy technologies, including MSW waste-to-energy plants, mechanical biological treatment, anaerobic digestion and waste and biomass combustion in conventional power stations, industrial boilers and other industrial combustion processes. Liquid biofuels are not currently included. Please visit: www.endswasteandbioenergy.com

Energy Now Expo

The Energy Now Expo is the renewable energy event organised exclusively for the agricultural and rural communities. Each year the show welcomes thousands of farmers and landowners from all over the UK, looking to explore and further understand the renewable opportunities available, as well as the best practices in energy management

The event showcases the latest technologies and services from across the renewables sector, including AD & biogas, biomass, energy crops, energy efficiency, heat pumps, hydro, solar, storage and wind.

Visitors to the Energy Now Expo can meet the suppliers and see their technologies in the exhibition; hear from industry experts in the multi-streamed conference; arrange one-to-one meetings with specialist advisers in the advice clinic; understand how the technologies are evolving in the new product development zone and explore the training available in the education zone.

Visit www.energynowexpo.co.uk for more information or call a member of the team on 01293 854405.

The European Biogas Association (EBA)

The European Biogas Association (EBA) was founded in February 2009 as a Brussels based non-profit organisation promoting the deployment of sustainable biogas and biomethane production and use from anaerobic digestion (AD) and biomass gasification in Europe. EBA’s membership gathers national biogas and biomethane associations, institutes and companies from 26 countries all across Europe.

You can find more about EBA and its activities www.european-biogas.eu

Food & Drink International

Food & Drink International is the voice of the food and drink industry, devoted to informative and authoritative news and opinion which helps companies get one step ahead of their competitors. Highly topical, it frequently reflects the increased interest in renewable energy.

Its authoritative features are the perfect location to promote your products and services to some 63,000 subscribers across the UK and Europe, in addition to many thousands more on our website at www.fdiforum.net and the numerous events at which the magazine is distributed, such as UK AD & Biogas. There’s no better platform to reach the major names in the industry. Please visit: www.fdiforum.net


The NFU champions British farming and provides professional representation and services to its Farmer and Grower members. It is the largest farming organisation in the UK, providing a strong, respected and independent voice for the industry.  Its head office is at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire, but it also has offices in London, Brussels, Wales, all the English regions and a unique network of local offices and advisers, co-funded by the NFU Mutual, to support the needs of its members locally, nationally and internationally.

Please visit: www.nfuonline.com

Water & Sewerage Journal

With a heritage of over 25 years, Water & Sewerage Journal has gone from strength to strength as a leading publication for the water and wastewater processing sector. Published four times a year, Water & Sewerage Journal prides itself on delivering current and objective content from those spearheading developments within the industry. Please visit: www.waterjournal.co.uk

Regen SW

Regen SW passionately believes that sustainable energy has a vital role at the heart of a successful economy and thriving local communities. We are an independent not for profit that uses our expertise to work with industry, communities and the public sector to revolutionise the way we generate, supply and use energy.

We focus our work on one overarching goal: Creating an excellent environment for sustainable energy in the south west.

And, the successful development of four priority sectors:

  • Offshore renewables
  • The built environment, microgeneration and energy efficiency
  • Renewable heat
  • Onshore electricity generation

Our ambitions are set out in our south west Renewable Energy Manifesto and we track progress through our unique detailed annual Progress Report.