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Julian Marris

Julian Marris

Director , Carbon Focus Engineering

Jules has over twenty-Five years of engineering experience across a range of sectors including agriculture, construction, commercial and the built environment. Roles have included design, contract / project management, procurement, training, sales and business development.  

Over the last 20 years, renewable energy systems have been central to project activities incorporating technologies such as PV, Wind, Solar Thermal, Biomass and heat recovery. The recent 15 years have focussed on biomass and fuel sustainability utilising fuels such as waste wood, cereal straw, miscanthus, pellet, manure and wood chip. Contracts vary across a range of sectors including the agriculture, horticulture, Ministry of Defence, Industrial Manufacturing, construction supply chain, schools and hospitals. 
As an experienced Company Director and joint owner of Carbon Focus Engineering Ltd, he has innovative boldness and the vision to initiate new ideas, maximise sales and develop strong client relationships at all levels. Sustainability, the circular economy and fuel security are key to CFE’s core values embracing and integrating emerging technologies such as pyrolysis and energy storage. 

Join Julian in person at the following:

Biomass, Biochar and its' Role in Net Zero Plans

Pyrolysis & Biochar  - Extracting value from Agri food waste streams

Thursday, 7 March at 11:10.

About this session:

Biochar has long been recognised as a sustainable and practical method of carbon capture and storage.

This session will look at a case study from a large UK onion grower/producer which revealed a large quantity of onion waste in the form of top & tails, peelings, some whole bulbs & skin.

The team embarked on a IUK feasibility trial to evaluate extracting value from the onion waste stream through pyrolysis, producing biochar, endorsed by field base plant trials.




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