Generating Green Energy from Wastewater Treatment

Generating green energy from wastewater treatment is creating new and interesting opportunities in the environmental industry.

On this topic Frost & Sullivan will host a free telephone and web briefing on Thursday 27 March 2008 at 2.00 p.m. GMT to provide industry participants with an overview of the European Market for Wastewater Treatment Systems for Energy Generation.

The briefing will provide an overview of the current market condition in the European region and discuss prevailing technology trends in the biogas industry covering the EU15 region. Highlights of the briefing will cover various market forces such as drivers, restraints and challenges as well as key market measurements such as market sizing. The presentation will conclude with an insight into the key strategic recommendations.

“The wastewater to biogas industry is a particularly appealing industry in Europe due to its dual purpose of wastewater treatment for environmental protection and clean energy generation,”explains Frost & Sullivan research analyst Jenny Lieu. “There are many environmental, legislative and economic factors propelling the industry; however, the challenge is to compete in the well developed industry with established regional as well as global players.”

The European market for Energy Generation from Wastewater Treatment Market is strongly driven by legislative drivers coupled with technological innovations with suitable market conditions and attractive financial incentives. This has facilitated the industry to become a profitable market with strong environmental benefits and credentials and an economically attractive method of green energy generation.

This briefing will benefit technology providers, companies providing turn-key biogas solutions, consultancies, contractors and other environmental firms.

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