Energy from Waste Conference

09.03 - 10.03.2022

Connecting the global Waste-to-Energy industry


Decarbonising waste to energy, optimising resources – the Energy from Waste conference, 9th  – 10th March 2022, London,  is the essential business opportunity for global waste to energy.

The event enables senior level decision makers across waste, energy, technology and project development to explore the latest developments in this globally important industry.

It provides a unique opportunity to connect with policy makers, investors, technical experts and innovators who drive change and growth in waste to energy internationally.

With sessions on the deployment of Carbon Capture and Storage, (CCS/CCUS), and the finance and  business models for this, the production of hydrogen from waste, the development of waste to fuels and the changing trends for alternative fuels,  plus exploration of emerging project delivery models and high efficiency plants, this is the essential event to assess future directions in waste-derived energy, heat, fuels, gasses and resources, and to network with decision-makers and budget holders throughout the industry.

Programme features Patrick Clerens, Secretary General, ESWET, and Tom Croymans, Chairman ESWET CCUS working group.

Sponsors and exhibitors include  Hitachi Zosen Inova, Babcock and Wilcox, Sumitomo SHI FW,  Standardkessel Baumgarte, STC, and many more.

Members of ESWET can book in at a reduced rate – use code EFW2022SO at the end of the booking process and save £240.00 off the standard delegate rate.

Key topics at Energy from Waste 2022 include –

Policies and developments for waste and resources, circular economy and net zero
Decarbonisation through CCS / CCUS – policies, financing, technologies and what it could mean for the industry
Increasing separation of feedstock and increasing use of plastics for high value outputs
Circular economy aspects through resources and materials
Financing and investment trends for the sector and where investor interest is heading
Development of highly efficient plants, technology advances, management of older plants – upgrades and revamps – future challenges
Project delivery and new models of EPC and EPCM structures
Advanced technologies for the production of gasses and fuels – technical insights, investor input, trends and markets
Heat network development and the developing partnerships for successful delivery
Smaller and localised energy systems and the integration of waste to energy into regional and local decarbonisation
Growth markets globally
And plenty more…

See here for information on past attendees, and here for details on the 2021 event to gain a flavour of what you can gain from the Energy from  Waste conference.