Global Energy from Waste market revenues to reach £18 billion by 2016 | Energy from Waste, 13-14 October 2014, London, UK

SMi's 7th annual Energy from Waste conference, taking place on 13-14 October 2014 in London, will provide the perfect platform for attendees to discuss current industry issues, technologies and innovations. The two-day programme will also provide a comprehensive overview of the current EfW landscape in the UK and Europe with recent case studies, lessons learned, success stories, future plant projects and regulatory updates.

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Energy from Waste, 13-14 October 2014, London, UK

Worldwide, the revenues from the Energy from Waste industry at the end of 2012 accounted for £11 billion, and are expected to reach £18 billion by 2016

London (PRWEB UK) 29 June 2014

The Energy from Waste (EfW) industry is helping to solve the growing problem of what to do with our waste. Worldwide, the revenues from the industry at the end of 2012 accounted for £18 billion, and are expected to reach £28 billion by 2016 according to a Frost & Sullivan report. The UK is part of this growth, and more units are expected to come on stream in the UK in the coming 24 months.
(Source: FM Global, 9 June 2014, 'Waste to Energy: Failure Is Not An Option', http://www.fmglobal-touchpoints.co.uk/pr-waste-to-energy.htm)

Against this backdrop, SMi's 7th annual Energy from Waste conference will provide attendees with a complete industry overview with updates on an array of EfW projects, regulatory framework, financing models, CHP and district heating projects, feedstock in the supply chain along with case studies from the UK and Europe. The two-day event will bring together key leaders in the field and enable discussion on the current EfW landscape, latest technology advances and innovations in this rapidly growing sector.

Benefits of attending:

  •     Understand and review the latest update on the regulatory environment governing the energy from waste sector
  •     Evaluate the different financing models that exist and join a panel discussion with key industry leaders to debate the financing issue in a post-PFI world
  •     Analyse and understand the challenges in securing feedstock in the supply chain
  •     Discover the latest case studies in UK and Europe

Speaker Panel includes:

  •     Frances Hale, Technical Manager – Non Domestic RHI, Ofgem
  •     Chris Holmes, Managing Director Waste and Bioenergy, Green Investment Bank
  •     Peter North, Senior Manager, Greater London Authority
  •     Andrew Cousins, Senior Business Development Manager, Amey
  •     Carl Beer, Chief Executive, Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority
  •     Paul de Jong, CEO, Twence Holding B.V
  •     Jean Claude Robotti, Senior Project Analyst, Suez Environment
  •     Pal Mikkelsen, MD, EGE (Waste to Energy Agency), Oslo
  •     Alban Forster, Director, SLR Consulting
  •     Ian Benson, Project Director, W2R, Staffordshire County Council
  •     Chindarat Taylor, Director, Resource Efficiency Pathway

To view the full speaker line-up and complete conference programme, visit http://www.smi-online.co.uk/2014energy-waste20.asp

Plus, don't miss the interactive half-day post-conference workshop taking place on 15th October 2014:
Waste Properties and Characterisation: Driving Innovation in Energy from Waste
Marriott Regent's Park Hotel, London, UK | 8.30 - 12.30
Led by Stuart Wagland, Raffaella & Kumar Patchigolla, Lecturers, Cranfield University