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The Waste-to-Energy Market 2013-2023

by ReportLinker  (Mar. 13, 2013)

Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: The Waste-to-Energy Market 2013-2023 ...

SEPA welcomes Energy from Waste report findings

by Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA)  (Jul. 3, 2008)

Two reports published by the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA), evaluate waste treatment technologies and their benefits to sustainable waste management. The reports, which have been carried out by leading environmental research consultants AEA and Jacobs, bring together key recommendations on the future of energy recovery in Scotland. ...

Tips for `waste to energy` 2008

by Freesen & Partner GmbH  (Dec. 1, 2008)

On Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 December 2008 about 2,000 participants from all over the world will meet at “waste to energy” – the Exhibition and Conference for Energy from Waste and Biomass – to obtain information, compare notes, and partake in discussion. The leading European forum for energy from waste and biomass boasts 65 lectures and ...

Waste-To-Energy (WTE) Market by Geography, Technology, Applications

by ReportsnReports  (Jul. 1, 2013)

ReportsnReports.com adds "Global Waste-To-Energy Market By Geography, Technology, Applications Market Trends And Forecasts" market research reportr to its store. The global energy market is witnessing a shift toward waste to energy technologies due to growing energy demands worldwide, the rapid depletion of conventional sources of energy, and ...

CEWEP publishes the third edition of its report on the energy efficiency of Waste-to-Energy Plants (waste incineration with energy recovery) in Europe

by CEWEP - Confederation of European Waste-to-Energy Plants e.V.  (Jan. 15, 2013)

“The energy efficiency criterion (R1 formula) that was introduced in the Waste Framework Directive has proved to be an incentive for Waste-to-Energy plants in Europe to improve their Energy Efficiency”, Ella Stengler, CEWEP’s Managing Director, stated on the occasion of the publication of the association¡¦s third ...

´Waste-to-Energy Market to top $7.4bn in 2013´ Says Visiongain Report

by Visiongain Ltd  (Mar. 1, 2013)

Visiongain's analysis indicates that the waste-to-energy market - capital expenditure on facilities to convert municipal solid waste (MSW) to electricity and/or heat - will reach a value of $7.4bn in 2013. Over the next ten years the waste-to-energy market will see dynamic changes in reaction to ...

UK ‘first’ for green energy from waste plant

by ENER-G  (Jun. 5, 2007)

Isle of Wight residents will be the first in the UK to benefit from pioneering government-backed technology that enables the creation of green energy from waste. Construction of a new gasification plant – the first of its type in the UK - will generate 2.3MW of electricity, which is sufficient to provide Island residents with enough energy to ...

Pioneering energy from waste project wins prestigious renewables award

by ENER-G  (Jun. 25, 2008)

Pioneering energy from waste business ENERGOS, part of ENER-G Plc, has won a British Renewable Energy Award for its innovative development of the UK’s first gasification plant to operate from waste. The advanced thermal conversion project on the Isle of Wight, part of the government’s New Technology Demonstrator Programme, was judged an ...

Study: Municipal Solid Waste Could Contribute Significant Supply of Alternative Energy to U.S. Businesses, Communities

by The American Chemistry Council  (Jul. 9, 2014)

A new study conducted by the Earth Engineering Center (EEC) of Columbia University has found that if all of the municipal solid waste (MSW) that is currently put into landfills each year in the United ...

Nepal to generate electricity from waste

by SciDev.Net  (May 3, 2013)

Nepalis looking at waste-to-energy (WtE) technologies to address its huge energy deficit and also manage growing urban and industrial waste. Half of Nepal's households are off the national grid while supply shortfalls and interrupted power cause industries losses worth 60 billion Nepali rupees (US$ 700 million) annually. ...

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