European Energy Forum - dinner debate, 22 October 2019, Strasbourg
The European Energy Forum (EEF) organised a dinner debate in the European Parliament on the 22nd of October on Circular energy: how waste contributes to clean cities and mobility. The REVIVE-project was part of Tractebel’s presentation, which can be found via the link below.
EU’s transition to climate neutral economy will require a successful decarbonisation of economic sectors like transport and industry that are traditionally hard to decarbonise.
Waste-to-Energy, which produces energy from non-recyclable waste in a sustainable manner, has a contribution to make in the process. Did you know that it successfully contributes to steam networks for industry and, more recently, to the production of green hydrogen for transport?
The speakers explained Waste-to-Energy’s contribution to future environment, energy and climate policies. They gave examples of existing decarbonisation projects and elaborated on green hydrogen’s potential for future decarbonisation of mobility.
More information (presentations and photo report) can be found on www.europeanenergyforum.eu/events/circular-energy-how-waste-contributes-clean-cities-and-mobility