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11th March 2014

Summary: Official Defra publication study on Energy from Waste in the UK

3rd February 2014

Summary: The 2020 Group, of modernising Conservatives, have produced a report encouraging the government to increase competitiveness and efficiency in the waste and energy fields. The recommended policies include, banning valuable materials being sent to landfill, and nationwide campaigns for a Circular Economy in Britain.

27th January 2014

Summary: A new report by Frost & Sullivan called ‘Global Waste to Energy Plant Market’ finds that the global WTE market earned revenues close to $18billion in 2012 and estimates this will rocket in the next 2 years.

22nd January 2014

Summary: Europe will reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 40 percent below 1990 levels by 2030 as part of a deal reached today.

23rd November 2013

Summary: The UK is not making the most of the waste-derived fuel and recyclable material it produces and is sending too much abroad, according to a parliamentary inquiry report published today

15th November 2013

Summary: Refood, an AD food waste-to-energy plant has been granted permission to develop a facility on the London Sustainable Industries Park in Dagenham. ReFood will join Chinook Urban Mining on this growing cleantech hub.

13th November 2013

Summary: Frost & Sullivan Research forecasts a strong growth of investment in the Energy from Waste sector over the next few years reaching $29 billion in 2016. The main hotspots for investors are Europe and the Asia Pacific region.

22nd October 2013

Summary: A report commissioned by the Chartered Institution ofWaste Management concludes that more waste to energy capacity is required in the UK due to projections of rising C&I waste.

9th October 2013

Summary: Over the past decade, the demand for renewable energy worldwide has experienced an increase as a result of various factors associated with environmental, political and economic issues. However, the economic crisis which started in earnest in 2009 has left many governments facing a catastrophic situation of high public debt. In many cases, this has led to cuts or removal, immediately or gradually, of incentives for the generation of electricity from renewable sources.