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Waste To Energy articles

Waste-to-energy - An umbrella term used to cover a range of different technologies that generate electricity and heat from various waste streams, waste-to-energy plants are proving increasingly popular as a means of both cutting emissions and reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill. Technologies include both incinerators that burn waste materials and have been consistently opposed by green groups, cleaner gasification plants that use advanced technologies to convert waste material to synthetic gases, and anaerobic digestion plants that convert organic waste into fertiliser and biogas, which can then be burnt to generate electricity and heat.

Latest - Waste To Energy

Green Investment Bank delivers Northern Ireland biogas funding push

Two on-farm anaerobic digestion plants to share £6.5m in new funding

Have your say 03 Jul 2014

Could coffee perk up the biofuels sector?

New research from University of Bath suggests old coffee grinds could be collected to make biodiesel

Have your say 17 Jun 2014

UK firm celebrates £300m waste-to-energy UAE export deal

Chinook Sciences predicts 850 jobs could be created after inking major infrastructure deal with the United Arab Emirates

Have your say 28 May 2014

Caroline Flint speech to the Gas Industry Awards

"I agree entirely that what this country would benefit from is a long-term consensus on energy efficiency - But I cannot sign up to a consensus of mediocrity"

Have your say 15 May 2014

Labour promises to prioritise green gas revolution

Flint: "There are no technical or safety barriers to delivering green gas which cannot be overcome"

Have your say 15 May 2014

Green Investment Bank finances £15m London waste-to-energy plant

New 1.2MW plant will turn 30,000 tonnes of food waste into electricity and domestic garden waste into compost

Have your say 13 May 2014

Asda supplier cuts ribbon on food waste-to-energy plant

QV Foods and Tamar Energy announces official launch of 1.5MW anaerobic digestion facility

Have your say 07 May 2014

How Air Products is helping to green the government's energy supply

Francis Maude reveals government is seeking long-term energy suppliers as he helps break ground on new Teesside waste-to-energy plant

Have your say 25 Apr 2014

Vince Cable hails 'vast' investment potential of energy from food waste

Business Secretary pushes button on TEG biogas plant, which was the first to be backed by the Green Investment Bank

Have your say 23 Apr 2014

Could green features boost your house price?

Pan-European project aims to convince valuers, tenants, and prospective buyers of the value of low carbon improvements

Have your say 10 Apr 2014

Supermarkets told to tackle waste by taking BOGOFs off the shelves

Peers call for urgent action to reduce the 15 million tonnes of food wasted in the UK each year - but rules out anaerobic digestion rollout

Have your say 08 Apr 2014

UK's 'largest' on-site anaerobic digestion plant comes online

Tamar Energy's 3MW facility near Retford is set to provide enough green electricity to power 6,000 homes

Have your say 21 Mar 2014

Canary Wharf takes recycling efforts to the next level

Fresh from becoming first property company to secure Carbon Trust Waste Standard, Canary Wharf Group reveals how its waste management strategy is cutting costs and emissions

Have your say 12 Mar 2014

London seeks beefed up £1bn green investment fund

EXCLUSIVE: European Investment Bank considers £500m loan to help London boroughs invest in energy efficiency, waste projects and social housing

Have your say 03 Mar 2014

Green gas sector handed timely regulation boost

Environment Agency's new Quality Protocol for biomethane set to simplify costly regulations for producers

Have your say 31 Jan 2014

Biffa agrees £2.5m PHS Wastetech deal

Company follows £9.5m acquisition of Shanks solid waste business with agreement to purchase dry waste specialist

Have your say 23 Jan 2014

Chesterfield BioGas secures £4.2m contract for UK's largest green gas project

Sheffield-based company takes orders in the last six months to almost £9m after winning contract for UK's largest biogas project

Have your say 22 Jan 2014

How the Hungarian town flooded by red toxic sludge went green

Devecser, an environmental disaster zone in 2010, reinvents itself as a hub for sustainable energy

Have your say 09 Jan 2014

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