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Biogas: Opportunities in India
 

Ministerial Webinar

Co-hosted by WBA and the Indian Biogas Association (IBA)
October 7th, 8:30 – 11:00 BST (UK), 13:00 – 15:30 IST (India)

Lead Sponsors

Speakers include:

Keynote speakers

Shri Nitin Jairam Gadkari

 Ministry of Road Transport and Highways

Government of India

Sanu de Lima

Deputy Director, Trade – South Asia

British High Commission


Jeremy Moorhouse, Bioenergy Analyst, International Energy Agency (IEA)

Jeremy Moorhouse is a Bioenergy Analyst at the International Energy Agency (IEA). He joined the IEA in November 2020. He is responsible for developing the IEA’s mid-term biofuels and bioenergy forecasts and contributes to bioenergy related work across the Agency. He has 15 years of experience developing program strategies and objectives, analysing energy systems, managing teams and collaborating with industry and governments to develop climate and renewable energy policy. He holds a Masters of Resource and Environmental Management from Simon Fraser University.

Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive, World Biogas Association (WBA)

A practising lawyer for 10 years, Charlotte Morton studied for her MBA at London Business School before setting up a car club business. Asked to establish the business side of ADBA in 2009, she saw the potential of an industry that can deliver huge potential and value to the UK. Given the even bigger global potential, which must be achieved if the Paris Climate Change targets and UN Sustainable Development Goals are to be met, Charlotte played a pivotal role in establishing the World Biogas Association in 2016 to promote and increase the rate of uptake of biogas globally. Charlotte is also on the board of Green Gas Trading Ltd, which runs the Biomethane Certification Scheme.

Dr Atma Ram Shukla, President, Indian Biogas Association (IBA)

Dr Shukla is President of the Indian Biogas Association. During a long career in the Indian Civil Service, he was Adviser (Bioenergy) to the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, and responsible for policy, planning and standards development, and the development and implementation of Renewable Energy R&D and technology demonstration projects and dissemination programmes. Dr Shukla is Convenor/ Member of Renewable Energy Committees of the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS).

Abhijit Sudhir Rajguru, DGM Marketing (India & Bangladesh), Clarke Energy

Abhijit S Rajguru is working in the capacity of Deputy General Manager (Marketing) with Clarke Energy’s offices in India since early 2017. He has done his graduation in Mechanical Engineering from University of Pune with post-graduation (PGDBM – Marketing) from University of Wales, UK. In his 25+ years of professional career, he has served the Heating, Ventilation, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration (HVAC&R), and power generation industry sectors. In his current assignment with Clarke Energy, he is responsible for the marketing activities for both, India and Bangladesh geographical areas.

Saeed Mulla, Product Specialist at Panametrics, a Baker Hughes Business

Experience in the field of process analyzers in roles ranging from services, sales and technical support with more than 10 years of experience in Oil & Gas Production, Refining Industries, Power plants, Cement industries, Water and Utilities sectors.

This Ministerial Webinar will deliver the latest market insight and outline routes to access this vast development opportunity.

The IEA will report back on its recent India Bioenergy Workshop.

The IBA and national operators will identify gaps in the market where solutions are required.

 

• India is investing in its national strategy to develop biogas, to manage organic wastes and reduce carbon emissions by 40%.

• The Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas is backing a programme for 5,000 digesters to be developed by 2024 to produce transport fuel.

• India has issued an open invitation to biogas developers to invest in the country, launching the ‘One Nation, One Gas Grid’ energy initiative.

• Dedicated one-stop shops have been established to support foreign direct investment.

• India has approximately 1,108TWh of biogas potential, according to WBA analysis.

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