Event Start:
21 May 2024 10:00 AM
Event End:
21 May 2024 11:00 AM
9am London | 4pm Singapore | 6pm Sydney
Event Summary:

Global Webinar | 30 MINUTES WITH... Waste-to-Energy (WtE) - Lessons Learned from Europe and the UK

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Waste-to-energy technology offers a dual solution to waste management and energy needs, significantly reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the waste sector. With further advancements, WtE plants can expand their utility by integrating Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) methods, producing e-methanol and Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF), and providing district and industrial heating solutions.

Our expert panel will delve into the latest developments in WtE technology, investment opportunities, and key technical and commercial aspects of WtE project development and financing across Europe and the UK.


- Jackie Keaney, Business Development, Indaver (Moderator)

- Kerry Booth, Principal Consultant, Energy and Infrastructure Advisory, ERM

- Paul Davies, Carbon Capture and Storage Adviser, ESG Chair, Viridor 

- Nils Plaine, Director, Igneo Infrastructure Partners

This webinar is part of our global webinar series 30 MINUTES WITH... where we explore the latest developments in infrastructure investment worldwide.

This webinar will take place at 9am BST. Find your local time zone.

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