The trash heap: unsightly, odious, costly to dispose of, and, valuable? Technology providers, designers and operators are capitalizing on solving two of our most pressing problems: waste management and energy needs. The technologies being employed are not new. They include combustion, gasification, pyrolysis, anaerobic digestion, fermentation and esterification. How do these technologies compare in terms of cost-effectiveness and environmental impact? According to Pike Research the market for waste to energy will reach $13.6 Billion by 2016. Landfill-Gas-to-Energy (LFGTE) and Waste-to-Energy (WTE) currently represent 14% of the US non hydro renewable energy mix (EPA). Which companies are successfully bringing these solutions to market? At what price-point? Following the installation of a waste-to-energy (WTE) solution, what is involved in getting the distribution and transmission of the electricity? Can WTE equipment be integrated directly into a waste management facility? What is the impact of these technologies on the environment?
08:30am: Reception, Networking and Continental Breakfast
08:50am: Welcome and Introduction
09:00am: Panel Discussion Begins
1. Overview of Waste to Energy Technologies
2. Energy Capture and Distribution
3. Pricing & Cost Considerations: Bringing the Technology to Market
10:30am: End of Panel Discussion: Q&A, Networking
11:30am: End of Conference
Babcock & Wilcox Power Generation Group, Inc., Ronald Pon, District Sales Engineer
Covanta Energy, Jeff Ruoss, Facility Manager
Enventix, Inc., Monem H. Alyaser, President & CEO
Sierra Energy, Michael Hart, President & CEO
HDR, Inc., Tim Raibley, Vice President
Location and Directions:
Garden Court Hotel @ 520 Cowper St. in Palo Alto, CA
Driving: From 101 (North or South): Exit University Avenue, go west. Make a left onto Cowper Street. Hotel is on the right-hand side on the first block.
From 280 (North or South): Exit Sand Hill Road, head east. Turn right onto Arboretum Road. Make a left onto Palm, which turns into University Avenue. Turn right onto Cowper Street. Hotel is on the right side on the first block.
Public Transit:Take Caltrain to the Palo Alto stop. Upon leaving the train station follow University Avenue 0.4 miles (6 blocks) to Cowper St. and turn right. The Garden Court is half of a block down on the right hand side.
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