Recycled Energy Asia Summit 2020

Recycled Energy Asia Summit 2020

Recycled Energy Asia Summit 2020

Date: 19-21 February, 2020

Location: Bangkok

Event Details: CMT's Recycled Energy Asia (dual tracks – WtE Asia and 6th Biomass & BioEnergy Asia) reviews prospects of waste to energy, bioenergy, biomass feedstock production and supplies to North Asia, financing, investments, technology and more.

The summit will take place into two parallel tracks - WtE Asia 2020 and 6th Biomass & BioEnergy Asia. Key WtE Asia 2020 presenters are:

·         Poyry Energy – Development of WtE projects in South East Asia

·         Super Energy - Managing WtE Operations & Supply Chain in Thailand

·         Nanyang Technological University – New Waste to Energy Concept in Singapore

·         Fulcrum BioEnergy – Developing Waste-to-Jetfuel Facilities

·         Plastic Energy – Chemical Recycling Technology to Convert Mixed Plastics Waste into Feedstock for Clean Recycled Plastic

·         OMV Refining & Marketing – ReOil – OMV's Pace to Circular Economy

·         InfraCo Asia Development – Public Private Partnerships in Infrastructure and panel discussion: 'Project Financing & Bankability Requirement'

·         Suez Asia – Innovative Approaches to Comprehensive Waste Management

·         China Everbright International – WtE Technology Development for Cleaner Environment & Plans on in Asia

Key sessions in the 6th Biomass & BioEnergy Asia track are:

·         Spirit of Biomass Utilization in Indonesia –  PT Shabeeh Energy

·         Indonesia as a World Player in Wood Pellet Biomass Business – PT. Energi Biomassa Indonesia

·         Japanese Importer's Perspective on Asian Biomass Supplies – Hanwa Thailand

·         Supplier's Perspective on the Korean RPS (RECs); Impact on Korean's Biomass Imports & Prices – CellMark Asia

·         Mitigation of Construction Risks in Biomass Power Plant Projects – Pöyry

·         Achieving Zero-Waste in Palm Oil Production Value Chain – Sime Darby Plantation

·         Good Wood, Bad Wood (Case studies from New Zealand & Vietnam) – Indufor

·         Diversification of Biomass Feedstock Sources for Industrial Applications into Agri-Residues & Woody Encroachment – Hinterland Management

This summit organized by Centre for Management Technology (CMT) and supported by The Federation of Thai Industries includes fringe activities:

·         Two pre-conference workshops –

"Sustainable Waste to Energy Projects & Structures in Asia"

"Improving Global Competitiveness & Bottom Line: Best Practice for Design, Building/Retrofitting and Operation of a World Class Wood Pellet Mill"

·         Site visit: Chonburi Clean Energy Plant

Cellmark is hosting a Networking Cocktail reception for all participants of the summit on 20th February.