Wednesday 17th April, 2019 POSTPONED
Time: 11.00am – 3.00pm
Venue: Brook Hall Estate, Wood Energy Visitors Centre
The Brook Hall Estate has long been a champion in sustainable and environmental conscious practice in business. Making it the ideal venue for our forthcoming ‘Integrated Renewable Energies Workshop’ event.
Join us on the 17th of April where researchers at Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) along with the Centre for Advanced Sustainable Energy (CASE) and industrial and other academic (Ulster and AFBI) champions of Renewable Energy Technology will present the developments in integrated renewable energy technology in Northern Ireland.
A case study for integrated renewable energy on the Brook Hall Estate will highlight the need, potential and future prospects of a micro-renewable energy network. In conjunction with the prospective developments of the Foyle River Gardens Project.
Along with presentations from other CASE funded projects, the workshop aims to be the catalyst for the development of combined renewable energy projects. Identifying synergies and collaborative opportunities at all scales of renewable energy integration.
11.00 Welcome – The Brook Hall Story. David Gilliland
11.15 Setting the Scene: The Foyle River Gardens, Northern Ireland’s Eden Project. Barney Toal / Clare McGee
11.30 Context – Outputs from the CASE feasibility study ‘Opportunities for Renewable Energy at the Brook Hall Estate’. Carwyn Frost
11.45 Coffee Break
12.00 Industry led R&D – Introduction to CASE. Sam McCloskey / Simon Murray
12.15 Project example – Compressed Air Energy Storage / Coleraine project. David Surplus / Joan Condell
12.30 Project example – Solid Biomass Fuel Projects. Chris Johnston
12.45 Questions Close/ Summary/Next Steps. Trevor Whittaker
13.45 Facilitated sessions (one-to-one meetings) / Tour of the Estate