Energy from waste – industry partnerships for heat offtake, private wire agreements and alternative fuels for coal. Opportunities abound… Unlock them at the Energy from Waste conference.
The energy from waste industry has undergone significant change over the last few years. Historically a means of processing waste which would otherwise have gone to landfill, the leading energy from waste companies are developing heat offtake and private wire agreements with industry, as well as feeding output directly to the grid. Providing a reliable energy source directly to the user has benefits for both parties. And meanwhile, SRF coal substitutes provide a lower carbon alternative, which is proving attractive for high energy using industries.
There is no better place to explore the developments and opportunities than at the Energy from Waste conference, 4-5 March 2020, London, www.efwconference.com.
Key speakers include Phil Piddington, MD of Viridor, a company which is both a leader in waste and resource management and waste to energy and which is moving into heat offtake and private wire agreements; and Myles Kitcher, MD of Peel LandP Ltd which is developing Protos Energy Park, featuring both waste to energy and potentially waste to hydrogen and waste to BioSNG technologies.
Other sessions explore heat network development, carbon capture and storage, and advances in alternative fuel developments, particularly in waste-derived SRF. Timothy Cornelius, CEO, Simec Atlantis Energy is providing an update on the Uskmouth conversion project. Here the coal fired power station is being converted to an SRF “subcoal”pellet-fired plant, and if it is successful, could provide a “blue-print” for plants globally. Lars Jennison, Chief Technical Officer, N+P Recycling provides details on the subcoal pellets. Major production is planned, so how important to the energy industry will this alternative fuel prove to be?
Launched sixteen years ago and regularly attracting a high-level, international audience, (twenty-three countries were represented at Energy from Waste 2019), the Energy from Waste conference has become the recognised venue for discussing best practice, technical developments and commercial opportunities, and is unrivalled for networking and contact development. The 2020 event promises to be one of the most interesting yet.
Full details, including early bird discount offer, can be found at https://www.efwconference.com/