The Energy from Waste conference programme drills down into the details of decarbonization, resource management and future directions for waste to energy and we are therefore delighted to have a pre-event site visit agreed to a leading advanced technology company generating fuels from waste.
KEW Technology is a sustainable energy solutions company converting waste and low-grade biomass to produce a portfolio of low carbon gases and fuels (such as natural gas substitutes, rDME, Hydrogen, diesel, etc) for application in hard to decarbonize energy sectors. KEW have developed and are commercially deploying their own proprietary advanced gasification solution, a form of Advanced Conversion Technology, which is operating at commercial scale at their Sustainable Energy Centre in the UK.
Attendees on the site visit will have a presentation from Kew Technology which will be followed by a tour of the site and a question-and-answer session. Refreshments will be provided on arrival and a light lunch will be available before departure. This is a unique opportunity to view at close hand a commercial scale waste to fuels plant. Transport is provided by coach. Attendees will be required to put all photography equipment (phones etc.) into secure storage provided by Kew on arrival.
Attendees are asked to provide their own PPE of hard toed safety boots, high-viz jacket, hat, gloves, goggles.
Please note, the Site Visit is only available to booked attendees -