Register for On-site Bioenergy: How can farmers benefit, 3 Nov 16, Aspatria Rugby Union Club, Wigton

A unique opportunity to visit one of Britainā€™s most advanced on-siteĀ Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plants at First Milkā€™s Aspatria creamery and to explore how bio-energy technologies can be deployed more widely in the farming and food processing sectors across the North West.

Anaerobic Digestion of farm manures, food processing wastes andĀ residues extracts bio-energy to form biogas which could be deployed more widely in the UK to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels and help cut GHG emissions.Ā  Biogas, along with other on-farm renewable energy technologies, reduces farm energy costs and offers an attractiveĀ diversification for livestock farmers.

This event, designed for farmers, food processors and others thinking of investing in smaller scale AD, demonstrates how the agri-food sector can increase bio-energy output, turn waste into energy, and upgrade biogas into vehicle fuel.Ā  Join us to explore the opportunities for farms to become energy suppliers.

FREE to attend ā€”Lunch Provided. Register here.