You are cordially invited to “Northern Ireland’s Fuel and Energy Insecurity: The Bio-energy contribution” on Wednesday 17th February 2016.
Canada Room, Lanyon Building, Queen’s University Belfast
Hosted by Centre of Advanced Sustainable Energy (CASE), The School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering & The School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy
This is an event bringing together major stakeholders in the bio-energy sector in Northern Ireland, with particular attention on the use of natural gas and renewable natural gas as a fuel for transport and energy. Themes will include current technology, commercial needs and the economic and environmental benefits of the bio-energy sector.
This event will be hosted by John Barry, Professor of Green Political Economy, and Roy Douglas, Professor of Internal Combustion Engines and Clean Energies, as part of the Centre of Advanced Sustainable Energy (CASE) Dual Fuel Vehicle Project.
Welcome by Professor Mark Price, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, QUB
Energy, Renewable Energy and the Economy in NI with Professor John Barry, School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy, QUB
Utilisation of Biogas from Waste with Dr Robin Curry, School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, QUB
Biogas for Energy and Transport: Anaerobic Digestion Diversification with Thomas Cromie, Technical Director, AgriAD Ltd
Environmental and Economic Impact of Dual-Fuel Vehicles with Dr Kevin Morgan, School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, QUB
Impact of Dual-Fuel for us with Karen McDowell, Northern Ireland Water and Kevin Meehan, TG Haulage
Tea and Coffee
Discussion and Q&A chaired by Sam McCloskey, Director of CASE
Concluding Remarks by Sam McCloskey, Director of CASE