Join the West Midlands Bioenergy Supply Chain
One of EBRI's main objectives is to bring together 100 West Midlands based SMEs who will supply the services and materials required by the high growth bioenergy market.
A supply chain is required for the construction of the new EBRI building at Aston University. It is also vitally needed for other regional bioenergy projects. For example Birmingham has made a commitment to reduce its CO2 emissions by 60% by 2026. This is going to require the building of a number of plants and bioenergy reactors around the city centre.
One of EBRI’s key targets is to ensure that the expertise and work remains in the West Midlands. The production of many UK inventions is done outside of the country. EBRI has received European Regional Development funding to ensure that the work associated with innovations developed in the West Midlands stays in the region.
EBRI is looking to rapidly grow the number of bioenergy plants across the West Midlands area. There are already a substantial number of plants due for development in the region and this is set to grow.
This is your opportunity to get your business involved in this high growth market and benefit from the work generated.
Organisations looking to build and manage a bioenergy installation are going to require services from a wide range of SMEs including:
- Logistic experts
- Design engineers
- Process engineers
- Haulage companies
- IT support services
- Health & Safety consultants
- The list goes on...
- To grow or diversify in a new high growth market place
- To take entrepreneurial opportunities
- To invest in bioenergy
- To partner in research opportunities with the university for growth and product development
If your company would like to become part of the West Midlands bioenergy chain, please complete the below form to register your interest and receive more information:
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