Revenue from the global Energy from Waste market are set to grow strongly to over $28.6 billion by 2016 , up from just under $18 billion in 2012, according to a new report from Frost and Sullivan. The analysts predicted that the growth is likely to be led by the construction of new facilities around the world. In some European countries where waste to energy capacity is already well developed, the process of modernising facilities to comply with local emission standards is set to continue.
SMi's 7th annual conference on Energy from Waste will provide attendees with a complete view of the field. Focusing on an update on the regulatory framework, financing models, CHP and district heating projects, feedstock in the supply chain and case studies from UK, Central Europe and Africa, this informative event will bring together key leaders in the field to provide attendees with an in-depth look into current status of Energy from Waste.
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
Key Presenters Include
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
and many more..
Standard Rate : GBP £1499,
Early Bird 1 : GBP £1199,
Early Bird 2 : GBP £1399