Tuesday 12 March, 2024

  What Drives Commercialisation?  
 Mary Coughlan (Master of Ceremonies)
10.00 Welcome, Percy Foster
10.05 Minister Address:
10.20Global Perspective on the Bioeconomy
Juka Kantola, Founder and CEO, World Bioeconomy Forum
11.00Tea & Coffee Networking Break in Exhibition Hall
  Best in Class  
11.30Professor Martin Tangney OBE Founder & President Celtic Renewables Ltd Director Biofuel Research Centre, Edinburgh Napier University confirmed
Multi-million-pound plant will use Celtic Renewables’ patented technology to convert 50,000 tonnes of unwanted and low-value biological material into high-value renewable chemicals, sustainable biofuel, and other commercially and environmentally valuable commodities.
12.30Irish Bioeconomy Awards
13.00Networking Lunch
 Session: Bioeconomy in Action in Ireland and Northern Ireland
14.00Creating Ammonium Sulphate in Ireland from Industrial Liquid Waste In March 2023 Enva started construction of a new facility that will manufacture agricultural fertiliser pellets containing Ammonium Sulphate recovered by Enva from industrial liquid wastes. The €5m investment at Enva’s EPA licenced facility in Greenogue, Dublin will be the first of its kind anywhere in the world and will utilise an innovative process developed in-house by Enva. Enva have also received End-of-waste status from the Environmental Protection Agency for the ammonium sulphate. Roger McDermott, Managing Director, Enva
15.00Discussion Panel: Bioeconomy Action on the Ground
Dr. Dearbhail Ni Chualiann, Director, Director of Enterprise, Employment, Property and Engineering, Údarás na Gaeltachta
Derek O’Brien, Bioorbic
Dr Ian Archer, CEO BioConnect Ireland
15.30Discussion Panel: Unlocking Finance
Moderator: Stephen Napier, Irish Bioeconomy Foundation
 Tea & Coffee Networking Break in Exhibition Hall

Tuesday, March 12, 2024

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