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Webinar: Waste-to-Energy Business
October 1, 2013 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm| Free
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Charles Humphrey, Executive with more than 12 years experience in the energy sector. Experienced Project manager, directing complex renewable energy projects from concept to full operational status. Proven track record structuring and management of engineering services for renewable energy projects to reach optimal performance and achieve financial and operational performance goals. Successful International Business Developer with energy projects executed in Russia, Europe, and Canada. Brought together legal, financial and technical solutions that built partner consensus and closed deals.Effective communicator and negotiator with ability to interact successfully with government officials, employees and customers. Experienced Proposal and Contract Manager and directed acquisition of a GSA contact to provide services for: Energy Management Planning and Strategies, Energy Program Support, Innovations in Renewable Energy, and to be a Energy Consulting Services Contractor under the GSA contract. He is the principle partner of International Applied Engineering (IAE) now. IAE is a competitive engineering company that provides engineering, design, procurement, and management oversight services worldwide.
Mr. Humphrey will be the moderator speaker and his presentation will be about “Waste to Energy with Integrated Value Added Products”
Asif Farooki is the pioneer of private sector participation in solid waste management sector of Pakistan. Considered as the domain of the municipalities, the solid waste management industry in Pakistan was non existing and there were several shortfalls in service delivery by the government due to lack of resources. Finding opportunities in these gaps made by inefficient service by the local governments, Farouque launched the Lahore Sanitation Program through his company Waste Busters. Mr. Asef Faroque holds a Masters Degree in Environment Engineering from Northwestern University, USA with specialization in Waste Management and Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Northern Illinois University. With over 20 years in the field of environmental engineering, Mr. Farouque had been involved in the waste management industry both as an entrepreneur and as a consultant with the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, JICA and the UNDP. He has earned several prestigious awards including the Best Practices Award by the UNDP and the Urban Governance Initiative Award by the World Bank. His model of a low cost sustainable solution in waste management is now being used in several municipalities in Pakistan and is now being offered to other developing countries. Besides his business occupation, Mr. Farouque is a member of the Pakistan Environmental Protection Council, Founding member and Secretary General of the Solid Waste Association of Pakistan, member of the International Solid Waste Association and a Chartered Member of the Institute of Waste Management, U.K. He is currently also serving as an advisor to the Ministry of Environment and has served on several national and provincial committees for environment and local government.
Mr. Farooki’s presentation will be about “Production of Refuse Derived Fuel from Municipal Solid Waste”
Robert Baran graduated as a mechanical engineer from Silesian University of Technology in 2001 (Poland), and was employed in Building services and energy industry over 12 years. Over recent eight years, he developed strong interest in renewable energy and sustainable development of local communities. He is an affiliate member of Energy Institute and CIBSE. As a mechanical engineer, Robert deals with energy consumption optimisation. These include prediction of power, heating or cooling load, optimisation of generation and distribution system. Distribution system as little as dedicated for large public building as complex of blocks of the Hospital/University, or as large as district co-generation or triple generation system. He is passionate about waste heat recovery, and try to employ these technics on every project, where it is financially advisable and viable. Robert was involved in a few waste-to-energy projects and will try to familiarise an audience with few important points, where waste heat recovery can lead to significant efficiency improvements and increase total financial profit on WtE plant.
Mr. Baran’s presentation will be about “Methods of Waste Heat Recovery and Utilisation and Their Impact on Financial Viability of WtE Plant.”
Sylvain Houde obtained a first degree in political science and economy to then specialize at the Haute Études Commercial at Université de Montréal, Canada as a Chartered Financial Planner. At the beginning of his career he worked for one of Canada’s largest financial companies as middle management in the training department. Then moved on to the automobile industry where he worked different middle and upper management positions for 20 years. Feeling he had achieved what he set up to do in that industry, he changed careers and went to the industry he has had at hearth since the 80’s which is cleantech and bioenergy. Having left a Canadian province that was focused on hydro energy and coming to a country that was coming up with and innovative ideas to produce clean and diversified energy, awoken his curiosity. He has been following the Swedish energy diversity since 2002 and read up on it. Sylvain has been working in the cleantech sector since 2011 first within charging infrastructures for the emerging electrical vehicles. Then for Elmia Wood and World Bioenergy exhibition and conference based in Jönköping, Sweden. He has worked in cooperation with different embassies and branch organizations to promote bioenergy/cleantech energy.
Mr. Houde’s presentation will be about “The Swedish Model of Abandoning Landfills”
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