World Waste to Energy and Resources Summit


    The World Waste to Energy and Resources Summit is the foremost international business networking event in the sector, focused on promoting innovation and building partnerships. It brings together a unique combination of international waste management CEOs, local government, project developers, technology companies and the financing community to mobilise investment and identify the right solutions to accelerate the build-out of projects.

    This year’s agenda will explore waste policy, upcoming projects in international markets, the digital revolution, game-changing business models, the future of thermal ACT, innovation in anaerobic digestion and cutting-edge high-value fuels and chemicals from waste.

    The summit is set to feature 60 industry-leading speakers covering the most exciting technologies and innovations transforming the market.

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    Some early confirmed speakers include:

    • Adam Read, Director of External Relations, SUEZ UK
    • Joe Minns, Senior Policy Advisor, UK Department for Transport
    • Fredrick Royan, Global Leader: Environment and Water, Frost & Sullivan
    • Beth Watkins, Director, Foresight Group
    • Matthew Edgar, Senior Vice President, Green Investment Group
    • Morteza Hadpour Seraj, Director Energy Automation – Europe, Middle East & Africa, Mitsubishi Electric Europe
    • Rob Marhsall, Sector Lead – Energy, Spencer Group        
    • Samuel Alemayehu, Managing Director, Cambridge Industries
    • Isabel Boira-Segarra, CEO, Future Earth Energy
    • Keith Riley, Chairman and CEO, BH Energy Gap
    • Alfons Juan Tomás, Director Of Business Development, Acciona Industrial
    • Philip Duffield, Partner (Energy, Projects & Construction Group), CMS
    • Ari Kokko, Director of Research & Development, Valmet
    • Helena Barrett, Investment Manager, John Laing Capital Management
    • James Court, Head of Policy and External Affairs, UK Renewable Energy Association