The event held over two days on 9th and 10th March brought together over 350 attendees from all parts of waste management, waste to resources, waste to heat, waste to fuels and gasses, and waste to energy across the UK and Europe.
Both Chris Jonas and Adrian Judge attended the 2022 conference with Adrian on day one presenting The UK waste to energy market – how much more growth is there? which was very well received and provided consideration of volumes and changes since Covid, current and required capacity, the impact of carbon taxes, reducing exports and disruptive technologies.
Other key topics at Energy from Waste 2022 included:
Policies and developments for waste and resources, circular economy and net zero.
Decarbonisation through CCS / CCUS – policies, financing, technologies and what it means for the industry.
Increasing separation of feedstock and increasing use of plastics for high value outputs.
Circular economy aspects through resources and materials recovery from ashes and residues. Financing and investment trends for the sector and where investor interest is heading.
Development of highly efficient plants, technology advances, improvements to older plants.
Project delivery through a variety 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 in key locations.
Visit https://www.efwconference.com/ for further details about the 2022 conference and to book your place at Energy from Waste 2023.