12 - 14 May 2020
Cape Town, South Africa

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Future Cities (1.4)

14 May 2019
Room 1.61-2 (CTICC 1, First Floor)
Thermal generation , Renewables

15:45 –16:00    

Case Study: South Africa's first Waste Transformer at Growthpoint’s N1 City Mall

16:00 -16:45

Panel discussion: How can we make waste-to-energy plants more competitive? Does the answer lie in smaller more geographically spread plants situated closer to the point of waste disposal? 

  • Is it possible to lower the tariff?
  • Public-private partnerships in place for lasting solutions to many African cities’ waste problem
  • Increasing distributed energy capacity 
  • Innovative uses for urban waste, diverting it from African landfills  
  • International examples – Addis Ababa’s plan to curb the city’s waste problem and generate power
Chairperson
Noxolo Mtembu, Project Manager - Gauteng Infrastructure Financing Agency
Speakers
Egmont Ottermann, CEO - Resiliant Energy and Industrial Ecology
Lara van Druten, CEO - The Waste Transformers
Nomfundo Maseti, Full time regulatory: Piped Gas Regulation - National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA)

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