Renewables on Brownfield 2013

Venue: University of Nottingham

Location: Nottingham, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Jul 10, 2013 / 9:00 am - (GMT) End Date/Time: Jul 10, 2013 / 5:00 pm - (GMT)
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Renewables on Brownfield will outline innovative strategies & analyse new technologies for developing brownfield & on-site renewables to maximise the value of your land and property assets.

Topics include:

• KEYNOTE ADDRESS from Department of Energy and Climate Change

• Legal update – latest developments in renewables and alternative brownfield development

• Pinpointing key criteria for investment

• Achieving public acceptance for renewables

• Choosing the most suitable renewable energy technology for your project

• Exploring the potential of deep geothermal energy

• Examining the potential of biomass from energy crops on brownfield

• Exploring the potential of anaerobic digestion as a revenue generating opportunity

• Case study: W2R waste to energy project

• Examining the development of solar PV parks

• Examining the potential of landfill mining to generate revenue from brownfield land 


University Park
United Kingdom

Conference Speakers


Michael Rutter, Department of Energy  and Climate Change 

Andrew Wiseman, Stephenson Harwood

Dane Wilkins, Jones Lang Lasalle

June Gilles, Davidson Chalmers

Mark Newton, Fisher German 

Dr Jonathan Busby, British Geological Survey

Dr Richard Lord, University of Strathclyde

Dr Peter McKendry, SLR Consulting

Ian Benson, Staffordshire County Council

Katie Pearson, WSP Group

Claire Harron, Barton Willmore 

Simon Ford, Principal Consultant, Ricardo-AEA