Energy from Waste 2015, 25 - 26 February 2015
Just five weeks to go until Energy from Waste 2015.
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Plus - site visit: places limited and filling up quickly
conference dinner: book your place when you make your delegate booking
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Attracting well over 200 attendees in 2014, from 20 countries, the Energy from Waste event provides an exceptional conference programme, a specialist range of exhibitors and unrivalled networking opportunities for senior-level decision-makers in the internationally diverse and growing waste to energy industry. Covering policy, financing, developments in advanced and current technologies, operational efficiency, heat delivery and sustainable city development, the programme also includes numerous networking and facilitated meeting opportunities. With an optional site visit before the event, and a highly popular conference dinner on the first evening, Energy from Waste 2015 provides the most comprehensive forum for high-level information exchange and business development across the waste to energy sector.
Latest news: Heat Network Delivery -
Nabarro is sponsoring the Heat Network Delivery stream and Heat Delivery Workshop on Day 2.
This is an invaluable opportunity to explore how succesful heat network projects can be acheived, and to work through the challenges surrounding specific projects with experienced industry facilitators.
Attendees are encouraged to invite key stakeholders to attend the session, to enable discussion with all relevant parties.
Contact + 44 (0) 1722 717024 for group attendance arrangements.
Gain insights into key growth markets for waste to energy:
Understanding the opportunities for waste to energy in the UAE and other parts of the Middle East.
Olabode Esan, Manager, Business Development, Special Projects Unit, Masdar
Opportunities and market structure for waste to energy in the Czech Republic.
Michal Mravinac, Director of UK & Ireland Operations, Czech Invest
Waste to energy potential in Indonesia (title tbc)
Jay Singgih, Bumi Laut Group, Indonesia
Keynote address, day 1:
Dan Rogerson, MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for water, forestry, rural affairs and resource management
The Dutch approach to resource management and waste to energy
Herman Huisman MSc, Senior advisor/Expert, RWS Environment, Agency of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment, the Netherlands
RDF: Results and implications of the Defra Call for Evidence
Nigel Atkinson, Head of Waste Infrastructure, Growth and International Policy, Defra
plus many more....
Positive news on merchant funding - speakers at Energy from Waste 2015 illustrate succesful outcomes:
Ashish Anand, Director, Investment Banking Division, Global CAPEX Financing Solutions, Barclays - Successful finance structures for merchant waste plants – novel approaches, workable solutions
Professor Hisanori Shimakura, Professional Engineer (Environmental Engineering), Kobelco Eco-Solutions Co., Ltd - Achieving financial close in the merchant C&I sector, for an ACT provider
Plus: C & I merchant funding facilitated networking session with SRF/ RDF producers and suppliers. Co-ordinated with involvement and input from the UK Green Investment Bank
Chairman – Adrian Judge, Director, Tolvik Consulting
Adam Gordon, Investec
Energy from Waste 2015 conference site visit confirmed to Viridor's brand new Ardley Energy Recovery Facility
SRF / RDF market development - speakers from Germany, Sweden and the Netherlands join key UK industry representatives to explore future trends and market implications
Download December's issue of the Energy from Waste essays
Ian McAulay, CE, Viridor, looks at RDF: TOWARDS SMARTER ENERGY POLICY
Hear Ian's views on the current financing environment for waste and waste to energy infrastructure at Energy from Waste 2015.
For exhibitor, sponsor and group booking enquiries, please contact + 44 (0) 1722 717024