Focusing on decarbonisation and the move towards the circular economy, the Energy for Waste conference is returning to London for a two day event on the 15th and 16th of March. Members of the Energy from Waste network can get tickets at a discounted price.
About the conference
The conference, which takes place over two days, will showcase a broad range of speakers who are all experts in the industry and will be delivering interactive presentations, focused broadly on the industry wide drive towards net-zero, the challenges of feed-stock, project delivery, ageing plants and heat networks.
Speakers will also explore ETS and the opportunities around waste to fuels, SAF and waste to hydrogen, specifically focusing on the impact to traditional market structures.
Julia Pugh-Cook, Director of the EfW Conference says, ‘What I find amazing about the waste to energy industry is that it never stops changing and developing. In the almost 20 years we have been running this event, there are always new topics to explore. More often than not, these are driven by policy, but they are definitely accelerated by the really dynamic people and companies that lead this sector.’
This year’s delegates will hear from industry leaders from SUEZ Recycling and Recovery UK, BEIS, EfW Consulting, Aker Carbon Capture, Hitachi Zosen Inova, Totus Environmental and so many more. The full programme and list of speakers here can be viewed here.
The conference is a hub for forwards facing innovation as well as a platform for discussion and networking. The EfW Network provides an on demand extension of the conference through access to all of the speaker presentations and recordings following the conference.