The 11th Energy from Waste and Biomass Seminar



10:30 - 16:00 UK Time

61 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 7AR


This free to attend seminar will bring speakers together from the Energy from Waste and biomass sectors discussing technical (health, safety, environment) and other issues of interest.

Location: Energy Institute, 61 New Cavendish Street, London, W1G 7AR

Directions: Google maps

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10.30: Registration

11.00: Welcome

11.10: An introduction to the Energy Institute and its technical work programme, including biomass handling and storage project (Stuart King, EI)

11.45: Turbine motoring prevention (Thomas Wood, Suez)

12.25: Refuse to blow up! Explosion safety (Steve Sherwen, RPS Group)

13.10: Lunch and networking

14.10: Waste to fuels – Waste market analysis (Amie Walley, Anthesis)

14.45: Speaker TBC

15.20:  What are the big issues facing the EfW and biomass sector? Workshop and discussion (Stuart King, EI)

15.50: Final words (Stuart King, EI)

16:00: Close

Topics and speakers include 'Turbine motoring prevention' (Thomas Wood, Suez), 'Refuse to blow up! Explosion safety', covering hazardous area classification (Steve Sherwen, RPS Group), and 'Waste to fuels – Waste market analysis' (Amie Walley, Anthesis). There will also be a workshop discussion on 'What are the current big issues facing the EfW and biomass sector?'

Free to attend, however registration is required.