Energy from Waste 2021 will be virtual

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Review of Energy from Waste, 4-5 March 2020, London.

Energy from Waste
is the premier conference in the UK and Europe enabling senior level decision makers across waste, energy, technology and project development to explore the latest developments in this globally important industry.  

From 4-5 March 2020 around 250 attendees came together from 24 countries to share best practice and explore the growing opportunities in waste to energy in the UK and internationally. 

Leading experts shared expertise in technical efficiency, BREF implications and plant revamping, repurposing and operation.

Investors and funders analysed financing structures, funding routes and cash-flow certainty in a post-subsidy world.

Project developers from waste, energy and more widely from fuels and resources, explored the emerging opportunities across a variety of sectors, including substitute fuels and heat networks, and the emerging areas of lower carbon fuels, resource production and hydrogen development.

Unrivalled networking - Energy from Waste provided a unique opportunity to connect with top level, actively engaged decision-makers who are driving change and growth across the industry.

Here's what some of our attendees had to say about the event:

The most stimulating conference for active developers in the sector and a great place to engage with the right people.
Daniel Smyth
Senior Director Major Projects
RPS | Consulting UK & Ireland

The EfW confence is THE event to be at for companies involved in this sector. Meticulously organized, with a perfect blend of expert presentations on current issues, where asset owners, investors, operators and vendors alike come away with real value leading to better cooperation and competence within the sector.
Marina Silva
International Marketing Manager

An amazingly well run event.
Delegates seemed genuinely interested with a lot of international interest such as the Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
Nicholas Hannon
Head of Environment and Waste
Milton Keynes Council

A really good event.  We must have made twenty or thirty contacts – the sort of people it takes months to try to get to see.
James Heath
Business Development UK

Standardkessel Baumgarte

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We are having conversations with three companies which we met at the last Energy from Waste conference, and they are exploring various business options.

Michal Mravinac, Director of UK & Ireland Operations, CzechInvest

Attending the Energy from Waste conference has been very fruitful, with a number of new projects and investors having come through these contacts

Jonathan Guthrie, Head of Low Carbon Investment, Scottish Government

"I really appreciate the presentations – they provide a wide view of the markets We met a lot of contacts from the UK and increasingly from outside of the UK. The event is important because the UK is the leading country for RDF / SRF exports, and trade is continuing to grow."

Satu Kivela, Managing Director, Cross Wrap

Perfectly organised, definitely worth attending

Ing. Kamil Potoma, Technician - Waste to Energy Projects, Marius Pedersen, Slovakia

I think this year’s conference was very good. I enjoyed the panel discussions and key speakers from Defra, Decc and European Commission

Xiaomian Baxter, Technology Engineer, SSE

We are very happy after attending the EfW conference and we truly think that it has been very interesting and we have no doubt that we will come back next year

Ainhoa Zaballa, Sales Director, SARTECH ENGINEERING, Spain

...another excellent conference…the chairing was excellent and really appreciated the lifting of perspectives beyond waste, beyond energy to resources...

Dr Chris Manson-whitton, Director, Progressive Energy

The best conference of its type

Adrian Judge, Director, Tolvik Consulting