This is an excellent opportunity to raise awareness of your expertise and achievements to a high profile anaerobic digestion (AD) audience at the sector’s annual tradeshow and conference UK AD & Biogas 2014.
This year at UK AD& Biogas 2014 ADBA is adding a new feature area, the R&D Hub. Here we aim to highlight the value of R&D to AD businesses and also talk about exciting prospects for higher value products that could complement the AD process.
You are invited to submit a proposal to be presented at the R&D Hub that is either:
- A case study that demonstrates how research and/or development has or could support an AD business.
- A paper that investigates the production of higher value products from the AD process or a technology that complements the current AD process and comments (with evidence) on the potential of this technology to revolutionise the AD sector.
What is the R&D Hub?
The R&D Hub is a brand new show feature at this year’s UK AD & Biogas and will act as a focal point for visitors interested in exploring AD research and development. Featuring 1-2-1 advice clinics on finding funding for research and supporting commercialisation, informal presentations including case studies that demonstrate how and why R&D is good for business as well as dedicated networking sessions for AD operators and researchers.
What are we looking for?
Case studies: Are you an AD researcher that works with AD businesses to solve problems or improve plant efficiency?Or a business that has successfully partnered with a university or R&D business and has seen demonstrable improvements in AD plant performance, perhaps through increasing output, or reducing operational costs?
Papers: Are you a researcher or business that is working on a new technology that could be complementary to AD? For example making plastics from digestate or coupling with algae production?
If yes, then send your proposal to Rosaline Hulse, R&D Liaison Manager, ADBA, E: email@example.com, or call 0203 176 5441 if you have any questions.
Deadline for submission is 14 May 2014
Word limit: 250 words