Date: Wednesday 3 October 2018
Time: 12:00PM - 13:00PM
Waste to fuels technology is an exciting growth area for those involved in waste to energy sector. Our team of experts has been supporting waste to fuel projects for several years and in the past year alone we have seen a surge in interest in this area.
Investors, facility operators and waste management companies are beginning to turn their attention to this rapidly developing technology, keen to take advantage of new opportunities that are opening up. This increased interest has been driven by a number of key factors:
- Government investment through the Future Fuels for Flight and Freight Competition (F4C) which provides up to £20m in funding.
- New bio-fuel targets that come into force this year which will double the use of renewable fuels within the transport sector by 2032.
- The introduction of a development fuel sub-target within the RTFO which will provide enhanced support for advanced transport fuels.
What we will cover
Join us at this webinar when our waste to fuel specialists will provide you with our cutting-edge insight into this technology. We will cover:
- the existing subsidies available to those looking to invest or operate in this area;
- which types of technologies are eligible?
- how are subsidy mechanisms expected to work?
- how will these affect projects in the future?
Who is it for?
This webinar will be useful to those looking to invest and expand into this area, in particular:
- investors, developers and technology manufacturers
- waste management companies
- insurance companies and legal firms looking to support businesses
If you are looking to find out more about the future of waste to fuels, and get ahead of this rapidly developing technology this webinar is a must.
To make the most of this session we encourage you to submit your questions upon registration or feel free to email them directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you cannot attend the live webinar, register for the session anyway and we will send you a copy of the recording.
- David Woolford, Principal Consultant and Waste to Energy Site Supervision Lead, Ricardo
- Martin Williams, Principal Consultant, Waste Management Due Diligence, Ricardo
- Elizabeth Lawrenson, Senior Consultant, Waste Management Due Diligence