Energy from Waste

Event details

19th - 20th September 2011
Copthorne Tara Hotel

About the event

The need to produce a renewable and sustainable source of energy coupled with reducing the amount of waste being sent to landfill is pushing energy from waste projects high up the government's agenda.

SMi Group's fourth annual Energy from Waste event will bring together a panel of industry experts to investigate the latest technologies, challenges and developments in this fast moving industry.

Energy from Waste will focus on the commercial opportunities that continue to exist and emerge from energy from waste and the regulatory and political frameworks which govern and encourage the industry sector’s development.  The event will provide attendees with the opportunity to hear leading experts from across the industry to discuss and debate the key issues in this field.


Energy from Waste will address:

  • How regulation and policy is shaping the industry
  • Methods of managing and treating waste for energy
  • Means of valuing the energy buried in landfill
  • The latest updates on project developments and technologies
  • The role of energy from waste in meeting renewable energy targets
  • Implications of the Localism Bill on energy from waste
  • The challenges of incineration, gasification and anaerobic digestion
  • Ways of treating and recycling waste to help manage a carbon economy
  • Case studies including:  Norfolk Waste PFI Project, The Merseyside and Halton Waste PFI project, North London Waste Authority's use of Energy from Waste and Taking the heat out of PFI - A case study on CHP


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Attendee Information

Who should attend:



  • Assistant Manager
  • Business Development Manager
  • Chairman
  • Chemistry Professor
  • Chief Investment Officer
  • Commercial Director
  • Commercial Manager Energy
  • Contract Development Manager
  • Energy from Waste Technology Managers
  • Heads of Renewable Energy
  • Heads of Sustainable Development
  • Managing Directors
  • Heads of Strategic Developments
  • Heads of New Project Developments
  • Alternative Energy Advisors
  • Investment Analysts
  • Commercial Managers
  • Heads of Waste Management
  • Heads of Supply Chain Management
  • Fuel Use Officer
  • HSE Manager
  • Manager
  • Project Director, Residual Waste Service
  • Regional Account Manager
  • Sales & Business Development Manager
  • Technical Director

Exhibitor information

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