Web210630: Replacing fossil fuels with bioenergy for covered horticulture is now mainstream
Attendance at this webinar was FREE courtesy of EECA
Access the 30 June webinar recording
Replacing a fossil fuelled heating system with bioenergy for covered horticulture is not just a matter of replacing like for like. The process can lead to significant reductions in energy need and consequential reductions in the size of heating equipment required. Gaseous, liquid and solid biofuels are readily available, or coming available, and so strategic long term thinking is important. Horticulture produces a lot of residues which can be converted into energy and some growers have areas where they could grow their own fuel.
Bioenergy Association Webinar Series 2021
This webinar and the following are part of a series of presentations on the use of bioenergy for covered horticulture.
Click on the links to view details:
- Using bioenergy for industry decarbonisation involves thinking smart (held 15 June), presenter Jonathan Pooch, DETA Consulting. Webinar recording available here
- CO2 capture and high efficiency biomass energy technologies for greenhouses (held 22 June) - Webinar recording available here