Exceptional Line-up of Speakers at Energy from Waste Conference in London

Packed Programme of Technical Expertise at Energy from Waste 2020, London

This year’s Energy from Waste conference, London, has an exceptional line-up of speakers, sponsors and exhibitors, showcasing excellence and technical innovation across the industry.

This year’s Energy from Waste conference, London, has an exceptional line-up of speakers, sponsors and exhibitors, showcasing excellence and technical innovation across the industry.

For everyone seriously involved in this growing industry, this is the conference that simply can’t be missed.

The world’s top waste to energy companies explore in detail –

The BREF updates – what this will mean for the industry, how operating companies can adhere to the new requirements and what it will mean for technology providers worldwide, with speakers from HZI, Squire Patton Boggs and Element.

Technical advances and efficiency developments -  speakers from two global leaders provide fascinating inputs:  Hitachi Zosen Inova examines developments ensuring high availability and campaign time, low emissions and low maintenance; Keppel Seghers looks at the technical challenges and solutions for very large plants, focusing on the Chinese Bao'An facility.

Plant revamping – a rapidly growing market for mid to older plants, Edmund Fleck, MD of Martin GmbH provides insights into the technical challenges and benefits of plant upgrading and revamping.

Repurposing biomass plants to waste to energy – economic and technical aspects covered by  Foresight Group and RJM International, this is a subject of growing interest for investors and project developers. 

Converting a coal-fired plant to an energy from waste plant – of interest to countries worldwide as the drive to decarbonize rapidly picks up pace, this is a true groundbreaker and one to follow closely.  The CEO of Simec Atlantis Energy provides an update on this exciting and potentially game-changing project.

With just six weeks left, register now, and benefit from world-class information and top-level international networking.

And for a limited period, readers of Waste Management World can book their place at Energy from Waste at a reduced rate. 

Use code EFWMP20 at the end of the booking process to secure a £150.00 discount off the standard delegate rate. 

Only available until 31 January 2020 - book your place now.