Energy from Waste 2017
SMi’s 10th Annual Conference
6 – 7 Dec, Holiday Inn Kensington Forum, London UK
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With the early bird rate ending soon, we wanted to find out if you will be joining us this December in Central London for the 10th annual conference on Energy from Waste.
Now in its impressive 10th year, we have worked closely with an expert panel of speakers to present an agenda that has attracted a global audience from Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Egypt, France, Netherlands, Slovenia and the UK.
Can you afford not to be there? With only a few days left to take advantage of your saving, here’s a quick look at 8 key takeaways from this years show.
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8 key takeaways from Energy from Waste 2017
Updates on policy and regulation with DEFRA, Environment Agency and Renewable Energy Association
How should the industry respond to a low subsidy environment? What is the influence of feedstock to gate prices? Address this and more to make the most of EfW in today’s energy policy environment through critical updates on wider waste policies and the feedstock hierarchy.
Local authority case-studies with North London Waste Authority, City of Vienna and City of Westminster
Our case studies will arm you with the key requirements to successfully function your waste management project. Hear about new developments surrounding the North London CHP plant and discover solutions to long term planning through insight from local authorities including the City of Vienna and City of Westminster.
Explore Contracts for Difference (CfD) with Green Investment Bank
How do CfD impact EfW? Learn about subsidy regimes applicable to energy from waste and prospects for further gasification in the UK.
A spotlight on financing with SMBC Europe, Aviva Investors and Foresight Group
Agenda highlights in the spotlight on new financing initiatives will also include keynotes from Aviva Investors on institutional investment into the waste sector; SMBC Europe on the potential for financing waste to energy projects post PFI; Credit Agricole CIB on the rise of Chinese investment in Europe; and Foresight Group on the consideration of the new financing market for EfW assets.
Good circular economy practices with Ljubljana Regional Waste Management Centre
An exclusive case study on the circular economy which will discuss waste collection, challenges and future plans.
A global perspective with CMS Cameron McKenna LLP, CEWEP and SLR Consulting LTD
Explore new windows of opportunities in CEE markets; hear about current and upcoming legislative developments in Europe; and receive direction on best practise by drawing from examples in Vancouver (Canada), Austin Texas (US), Stockholm (Sweden) and Adelaide (Australia).
Host Nation keynote with Suez Recycling and Recovery
What might Brexit change? What domestic policy choices might impact? What does the data tell us? Discuss this and more following Britain’s recent decision to leave Europe.
Pioneering developments in technology with Energy Technologies Institute, Ricardo Energy and Environment and N+P Group
Thermal technology, advanced waste gasification and alternative fuels. These are just some of the exciting new areas which will be looked at this year.
Download a brochure to see the full speaker line-up and conference agenda.
How to register
Register by 31st October to save £100 at: www.efw-event.com
To sponsor or attend, contact Andrew Gibbons on +44 (0)20 7827 6156 or email firstname.lastname@example.org