Energy from Waste Conference 2018, February 28- March 1, London

  • 28 February 2018 To 1 March 2018
  • Event Location : County Hall, Belvedere Rd, South Bank, Central London, United Kingdom
Energy from Waste
Event Description

Now in its 14th year, Energy from Waste is the premier conference in the UK and Europe driving new technology discussion, operational efficiency, best practice and compliance in the global energy from waste sector.
With the sector facing many challenges, join industry leaders and peers on 28th February – 1st March in London to explore and debate key issues in waste to energy, and identify growth opportunities.
Why attend the Energy from Waste Conference 2018?

Pick up operational best practice: Top tips on using big data to boost efficiency, and achieving waste fuel quality for improved energy output.
Hear from international speakers: Paul de Bruycker, CEWEP President; Matthias Lukic, CEO, Technikgruppe Austria; Prof Andreas Hornung, director, Fraunhofer Umsicht and many more.
Tap into future growth markets: Identify opportunities for growth in the RDF export markets within the next five years.
Join an exclusive site visit: Explore Cory's Riverside Resource Recovery Energy facility and see the operations behind the UK's largest EfW plant.
Advice on successful project delivery: Learn about successful project finance models and pitfalls to avoid in project contract structure.
Unparalleled networking opportunities: Make new business conections in EfW and share ideas at the relaxed, informal networking party.
Meet suppliers in EfW: Visit the exhibition of leading suppliers and service providers showcasing new technologies for the waste to energy sector.

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