Saudi Arabian firm to invest £1bn in UK energy recovery projects

The projects are expected to divert more than a million tons of waste from landfill

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Deal signed for engineering designs at new plastic-to-hydrogen facility

Waste2Tricity has signed a binding heads of terms for engineering services with PowerHouse Energy for the new plant in Cheshire

Energy recovery facility in Bedfordshire reaches financial close

It is expected to treat 545,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste a year

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Trials to turn waste to hot water fire up across UK

HERU technology converts a wide range of rubbish into usable heat and gas

Work beings on new rubbish energy facility in London

It is expected to treat up to 700,000 tonnes of waste a year and become operational in 2025

Government launches £5bn energy investment portfolio

The Department for International Trade will promote the opportunities to investors in 108 countries

Fireworks ‘more polluting than energy-from-waste plants’

Waste management firm Indaver says energy recovery facilities are actually strictly regulated

UK firm crowdfunding to electrify Indian village

A Southampton-based firm has launched a crowdfunding campaign to help bring reliable electricity and water to a remote village in India. SEaB Energy hopes to install its waste-to-energy technology, which converts food and organic waste into power, heat, water and fertiliser directly on site, at the village of Mori in Andhra Pradesh. It is looking […]

‘London’s waste is a burning issue’

London currently sets fire to more than half of the waste it generates, with this volume now exceeding two million tonnes each year. That’s according to the London Assembly Environment Committee, which says this figure has more than doubled in the last decade. Currently, 53% of London’s waste ends up being incinerated in waste-to-energy facilities, […]

Severn Trent invests £15m in biomethane plants

Severn Trent has invested £15 million in three new biomethane gas-to-grid plants. The water company, which serves eight million people across the Midlands and Wales, says the power generated will be enough to heat more than 8,000 homes for a year. However, it plans to use the biogas fermented from sewage sludge, contaminated energy crops […]