The summit will take place on the 20th and 21st November 2019, Copenhagen, Denmark. The two days event will give you an extensive view on the European power to gas
Discuss successful power to gas partnerships, new P2G technologies. Meet Industry representatives and companies involved in the industry.
- Market Developments in a Global Perspective
- Regulations and Policies for the European Industry
- Financing and Investing strategies
- Economics and Sustainability challenges
- Transportation and storage enchancements
- Actual Case Studies to Biogas conversion to energy
- Technological Advancements in the Biogas Industry
- Commercialization - opportunities, growth challenges, funding, partnerships
Who should attend
Power Companies, Oil and Gas Companies, Traders & Distribution Companies, Producers of feedstock, Renewable Energy Consultancies, EPC Contractors and OEMs, Regulatory & Research experts, Government organizations and municipalities, analytics, services providers & consultants.
Why you should join the Power ON Gas 2019 Conference
- Gain a comprehensive overview of the gas to power and power to gas on this 2 day event filled with presentations from industry end-users and running projects case studies.
- Hear experts focus on new regulatory framework, fast paced market situation and more.
- Network and exchange ideas with colleagues from the industry.
Exclusive site visit day before the main event on 19th November 2019
A limited number of conference attendees will recieve an opportunity to attend.
Visit Solrod Biogas 'From vision to green energy': In wondering how to tackle the problem of seaweed washing up on the shores of Solrod beach and the accompanying odour, Solrod Muncipality devised a novel idea, namely that it could be converted to energy. Solrod Biogas is a municipally-owned biogas plant that uses residuals and by-products from the ocean, industry and farmers to produce biogas. When operating, the plant is capable of producing heating for approximately 1,700 households and electricity for 3,800 households. The Solrod biogas plant is assisting the municipality to fulfil its goal of cutting its CO2 emissions in half by 2025. Furthermore, by utilising waste products to produce heat and electricity, the plant helps prevent the leaching of of nitrogen and phosphorous in the Koge bay, where Solrod beach is located. The degassed biomass can then be reused as fertiliser that farmers can source locally.
All spaces subjected to availability, reserved on first come first served basis and site owner's approval
- Thomas Sakshaug, Biokraft
- Jacob Hjerrild Zeuthen, Danish Energy Agency
- Jonas C. Svendsen, Nature Energy
- Susanne Pfluger, European Biogas Association
- John Cosmo Dwelle, Landwaerme
- Sven Schicketanz, Bosch & Partner
- Doris Hafenbradl, Electrochaea
VenueVenue to be confirmed