Energy from Waste

Smi's 8th Annual Energy from Waste conference is designed to be a platfom for discussion and understanding of the developments in industry. The conference will cover a range of issues including how the circular economy will impact Energy from Waste and other updates on regulation and recycling targets. We will look at how the industry should develop in next couple of years encompassing how technology is developing and how  the number of plants able to utilise heat can be increased. Merchant financing, contracts for difference and legal issues regarding these plants are also major issues that will be discussed.


This established conference will allow attendees to network with industry leaders allowing issues to be discussed, debated and solved. As a key part of the waste management industry Energy from Waste plants must be ablet to adapt to changes in the regulatory and recycling environments.


Benefits of attending:

  • Receive regulatory guidance and understand the impact of the circular economy on energy from waste 
  • Understand how merchant projects can be funded and what projects are bankable 
  • Discuss how Heating Distribution networks can become a reality 
  • Get ahead of the game and learn about the latest cutting edge technological breakthroughs
This conference will be of interest to anyone involved, or looking to become involved in the Energy from Waste sector. This includes:
  • Local Authorities
  • Major Waste companies
  • Banks
  • Lawyers
  • consultancies

Speaker and Presenter Information

Christopher Maltin
Organic Power 

Jacob Haylor
Executive Director
Environment Services Association

Peter Maclaren

Peter North
Senior Manager Programme Delivery Sustainable Energy Development & Environment
Greater London Authority

Stuart Hayward-Higham
Technical Development Director
SUEZ environnement R&WR UK

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Mon-Tue, Dec 7-8, 2015, 8:30am - 5:00pm


Attendee:  €1499.00

Holiday Inn Regents Park
Carburton Street
London GB
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