Zero Waste, Sustainability, Feedstock Demand Supplies – Top Focus at Recycled Energy Asia Summit in Bangkok
CMT's Recycled Energy Asia (dual tracks – WtE Asia and 6th Biomass & BioEnergy Asia) opens in Bangkok on 19-21 February, 2020 – reviews prospects of waste to energy, bioenergy, biomass feedstock production and supplies to North Asia, financing, investments, technology and more.
BANGKOK: On 20th February 2020, the conference kicks off with combined morning sessions highlighting 'Regulatory Push for Energy from Waste & Biomass in SE Asia' led by West Java Regional Waste Management Agency and representatives from Thailand, Vietnam and Philippines. PUGNATORIUS joins the discussions presenting 'Legal Aspects for Development & Operation of Biomass & Waste-to-Energy Projects in Thailand' while Everbright Ecological Resources shares the Development of "Zero-Waste City" in China'. In addition, Chodai Philippines Corporation shares details of its 'Biomass Power & Waste to Energy Plant'.
The summit then breaks 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.