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AEA’s Oliver Edberg discusses opportunities for biomass heating solutions: presentation slides from the Carbon Show (October 23, 2012) in London.
With the inclusion of biomass sustainability standards in the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme, there are questions around how this might affect the associated costs and efficiency of installed biomass boilers.
Oliver shares AEA’s insight into the RHI. His presentation will cover the latest developments in the biomass industry and provide an overview of the advantages of integrating boilers into a business energy strategy.
The Carbon Show is an annual event for sustainability professionals from industry, government, energy and finance who are working to increase energy efficiency and meet UK and European emissions targets. Oliver’s presentation will feature in the event’s green technology seminar programme.
Oliver has been involved in the renewable energy sector for a number of years working on biomass and renewable heating technologies. During this time he has supported a range of AEA projects including the company’s work on the RHI for DECC, and for Ofgem on the auditing of RHI installations.
In addition, Oliver has undertaken technical assessments and monitored a range of biomass heating projects (50-15000kWth) on the UK and South West Bio-energy Capital Grants programmes. He has also been involved in the development of the Bio-Energy Assessment Tool and undertaken several studies for the Environment Agency on biomass lifecycle emissions.