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ADBA R&D Forum 2015:

Will R&D double or quadruple the potential of the AD industry?

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Founded in 2009, the European Biogas Association (EBA) is a Belgian non-profit organisation aiming to promote the deployment of sustainable biogas and biomethane production and use in Europe. EBA’s membership comprises national biogas associations, institutes and companies from over 20 European countries.

EBA’s strategy defines three priorities:

  • establish biogas as an important part of Europe’s energy mix
  • promote source separation of household waste to increase the gas potential
  • support the production of biomethane as vehicle fuel

EBA is member of the European Renewable Energy Federation (EREF) and the European Forum for Renewable Energy Sources (EUFORES). 




NNFCC is a leading international consultancy with expertise on the conversion of biomass to bioenergy, biofuels and biobased products.

Our award-winning consultancy helps industry solve complex business challenges and provides vital evidence for policy makers.


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. We do this by providing a strong voice for renewable energy and energy efficiency with policy makers, the media and the public. Our events and publications showcase the great companies, exciting projects and inspiring people that make up the sector. Our work aims to remove barriers, inform policy and decision-makers, build new markets and establish growing supply chains.

Find out more at www.regensw.co.uk

SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub


The SUPERGEN Bioenergy Hub aims to bring together industry, academia and other stakeholders to focus on the research and knowledge challenges associated with increasing the contribution of UK bioenergy to meet strategic environmental targets in a coherent, sustainable and cost-effective manner.




WRAP’s vision is a world where resources are used sustainably. It works in partnership with governments, businesses, trade bodies, local authorities, communities and individuals looking for practical advice to improve resource efficiency that delivers both economic and environmental benefits. First established in 2000, WRAP is a registered charity.  WRAP works with UK Governments and other funders to help deliver their policies on waste prevention and resource efficiency.

Find out more at www.wrap.org.uk, follow on Twitter @WRAP_UK