DATE AND TIME
May 06 2020, 09:00 - 17:00
National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham
UK Green Gas Day 6th May 2020
UK Green Gas Day will be taking place at the National Motorcycle Museum on 6th May 2020.
The REA and CNG Services have been running the Green Gas Day (formerly Biomethane Day) since 2012. It is the largest gathering of the gas-to-grid industry in the UK with over 300 attendees, and is not to be missed.
The UK’s 107 biomethane injection projects make a material contribution to decarbonisation, and a further 10 to 20 projects thought to be in the pipeline. Green Gas Day 2020 will cover policy and technical developments relevant to all green gases, including biomethane, renewable hydrogen, bio-SNG, e-methane (power to gas) and biopropane.
Demand for biomethane in the transport sector has risen sharply since the retention of the fuel duty differential out to 2032. This measure gives investors a clear long-term signal of the Government’s support for gas in transport.
Heavy duty transport and shipping have limited low-carbon options available, and represent a significant opportunity for green gases.
Come to Green Gas Day to meet project developers and operators, financiers, feedstock providers, waste hauliers, technology providers and government officials. Visit exhibition stands from all of the major suppliers to the biomethane industry. If you interested in Green Gas, this is the one industry event you cannot afford to miss.
The Biogas Forum of the REA is the established voice for the UK biogas industry. Over the last decade we have worked with our partners and stakeholders to convince successive Governments of the benefits of biomethane injection. More recently we have been lobbying Government to ensure the Renewable Heat Incentive is extended past 2021, or replaced with a new Green Gas Mechanism that supports the decarbonisation of the UK gas supplies and increases demand for green gases.
The Renewable Transport Fuels Group of the REA is the leading voice for the continued decarbonisation of the UK’s transport sector and has been involved in the development of policy for gaseous and advanced fuels for transport.
Green Gas Certification Scheme issues Renewable Gas Guarantees of Origin (RGGOs) for units of biomethane injected into the grid and securely tracks them through to gas, providing the UKs largest biomethane registry both by sales and production capacity of its members.
If you are looking to Exhibit in 2020, please find contact details below.