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Waste to Energy (w2e) - the hot topic

Sofia, Bulgaria will host the South East European Waste Management & Recycling Conference & Exhibition Save the Planet on 13-15 April 2011. The Netherlands will again be the partner country. Waste to Energy (w2e) will be the hot topic, focusing on Austria.

Caroline Jackson, President of Environmental Protection UK, will open the event. The Waste-to-Energy session (14 April) is supported by the German Waste-to-Energy Research and Technology Council, the European Association of Suppliers of Waste to Energy Technology, and the European Federation of Waste Management and Environmental Services.

Many new EU member states are already using w2e, complying with EU legislation. Bulgaria was the first new member state against which the EC launched an infringement for inadequate waste disposal. Since July 2010, the EU has fined Poland €40.000 per day for poor waste management. Poland is now planning 11 w2e projects of which 9 have been submitted for EU funding. Czech Republic has also changed its legislation, allowing new waste incineration plants to be built next to existing ones, while Lithuania plans at least five new w2e plants and Latvia one.

‘White Book Waste-to-Energy in Austria’ will be presented by the Ministry of Environment. Mr. Foden from the Canadian Energy-from-Waste Coalition will speak about Canadian w2e history, challenges for w2e proponents, and regulatory hurdles. According to Mariusz Grabda form Japan’s Tohoku University, the major technologies in Japan for energy recovery from municipality solid waste are mass burning incinerators and ash landfilling. But shortage of landfill space, new regulations for ash vitrification, and the Japanese Containers and Packaging Recycling Law have commercialised relatively novel thermal treatment processes based on gasification and liquefaction of MSW.

What does ‘resource and energy’ mean for Europe? What is the potential and what is the share used today? Do we have an effective infrastructure to link waste with resource management? Dr. Birnstengel from Prognos will answer these questions. There will be a very interesting example from Serbia about production of bio-fuels in agro-processing. Kunio Yoshikawa from Tokyo Institute of Technology will describe the Japanese experience of producing fuels and electricity from biomass and waste resources. Waste to Energy practices in USA, Poland and Slovenia will also be discussed. ITAD, the Association of German Waste-to-Energy Plants will close the session.

Attendees will come away with a complete list of ‘Lessons Learned’ in approving environmental projects. This includes managing controversial issues, political dynamics, regulatory approvals, and liaising with local communities and interest groups.

Partners to the conference are municipality and business organisations from Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, FYRO Macedonia, Greece, Kosovo, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Turkey. They support best practices in waste management to help protect the environment.

There will also be an exhibition on Waste & Recycling and the b2b EE & RES Congress and Exhibition for South East Europe with group participations from Austria, USA, Slovenia, Spain, China, etc.

   * Eco Conference Program
   * Early Bird Conference Registration
   * Eco Exhibition
   * EE & RES Congress Program
   * Early Bird Congress Registration 
   * EE & RES Exhibition

Contact Via Expo: office@viaexpo.com, www.viaexpo.com, if you would like to be part of the South East European Waste Management & Recycling Conference & Exhibition, or South East European EE & RES Congress & Exhibition.

Rolf Adam from Cisco – speaker at Smart Grid session in Sofia

The director of Cisco Smart Grid Europe will speak about the ICT architecture approach to Smart Grid investments as well as the regulatory & financial implications. The 7th South East European Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Congress & Exhibition will be held 13-15 of April in Sofia, Bulgaria.

Traditional energy networks contain disparate systems that lack efficiency, introduce risk, and increase costs. At the heart of the smart grid is integration of the data communications networks of the generation, transmission, distribution, and customer components of the electrical grid. Increased connectivity presents many benefits, including giving distribution and transmission grid operators more visibility and control over power supply, source, quality, and costs. The network operators must find a way how to prevent, detect, and mitigate threats to the energy grid.

The event is supported by many international branch organizations as EPIA, REEEP, RCC, ESTIF, World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE), ICLEI, etc.

The three days full of events include

   * 96  high-level presentations of  speakers from  28  countries
   * 1st b2b  Solar Balkan Forum
   * 1st Waste-to-Energy Forum
   * 5 exciting panel discussions
   * Company on-booth presentations
   * Live transmissions of panel discussions and interviews with key actors by SolarPV.TV

For more details contact Via Expo – office@viaexpo.com or 00359 32 945459 - Maya Kristeva Additional Information

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   * Early Bird Registration (till 13 March)
   * How to register?

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EE & RES Project Financing in South-East Europe

Sofia, Bulgaria will host the 7th South East European Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Congress & Exhibition on 13-15 April 2011.

Starting with EE & RES Financing, European Local Energy Assistance will explain its services, covering the cost of technical support to finance the program. You will find out everything necessary to make sustainable energy projects ready for EIB funding. European Sustainable Investment Forum research shows the global financial, environmental, and social crises were a wake-up call for many investors. Public pension funds, reserve funds, universities and insurance companies are the main institutional investors to start actions.

Finance in Motion will introduce the Green for Growth Fund for Southeast Europe started by the EIB and KFW. It finances and supports financial institutions and directly invests in renewable energy, with a five year investment target of €400 million.

The Bulgarian Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works and the Ministry of Agriculture will present the Structural Funds and Rural Development Program for financing EE & RES Projects. Foreign banks support 50% of the Rural Program.

UniCredit Leasing will detail the financing structures for RES projects in Hungary, Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, and Turkey. The US Ex-Im-Bank is also invited to highlight its Solar Express Program as a case study in renewable energy.

Then join a discussion on legislative and economic challenges to the growth of renewables. SE Europe is attractive for RES investment, so learn how local developers can compete with international firms.

Fifteen speakers from ten countries will lead the Waste-to-Energy session. A highlight will be Solar Balkans: the first PV b2b forum.

The parallel expo has more than 200 stands, with leading manufacturers and service providers Enercon, Fronius, Vestas, Sun Energy Europe, Yuwi, Hyundai, KPV Solar, Global Wind Power, Franki Grundbau, Eurosol, etc. Joining local delegates will be groups from Austria, Germany, Finland, Spain, Slovenia and China.

   * Register today!
   * EE & RES Congress Program
   * EE & RES Exhibition

Via Expo Ltd delivers high quality interactive events specialising in renewables, energy efficiency, waste management, waste-to-energy, recycling, and organic products. Phone + 359/32945459 or office@viaexpo.com

WADE will discuss DE Benefits & Obstacles at South East European EE in April

Sofia, Bulgaria will host the 7th South East European Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Congress & Exhibition during 13-15 April 2011. David Sweet, from the World Alliance for Decentralised Energy (WADE) will speak and moderate the session for Energy Efficiency and Decentralised Energy. He will overview global decentralised energy technologies, benefits and opportunities, showing how decentralised energy reduces energy costs and CO2 emissions.

WADE works on high efficiency cogeneration, onsite power and decentralised renewable energy, substantially benefitting economies and the environment. The organisation has studied possible savings from regional and national DE investment. Their results suggest that DE reduces capital investment costs for electricity, and lowers retail costs for consumers. According to WADE, many of the most problematic obstacles facing DE investors are regulatory or policy related rather than technical.

DE reduces distances for electricity transmission. The network losses are 9.5% of global electricity supply in 1999 according to the IEA. This equals the total electricity demand of Germany, the UK and France, and is a colossal waste of energy. Conventional energy produces most of the world's polluting emissions. The wider use of DE can also positively impact health on at least two levels.

Thomas Stenhede represents Wärtsilä Power Plants, Sweden: a leading supplier of power plants for the decentralised power generation market. Thomas will speak about the combustion engines in CHP-systems. Wärtsilä is listed on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki, Finland. This session will also present the Netherlands’ Dorset Green Machines.

15 speakers from 10 countries will lead the Waste-to-Energy session on the second day. A highlight will be Solar Balkans: the first PV b2b forum.

The parallel expo will have over 200 stands, with leading manufacturers and service providers like Enercon, Fronius, Vestas, Sun Energy Europe, Yuwi, Hyundai, KPV Solar, Global Wind Power, Franki Grundbau, and Eurosol. Joining local delegates will be groups from Austria, Germany, Finland, Spain, Slovenia, USA and China.

   * Register today!
   * EE & RES Congress Program
   * EE & RES Exhibition


Via Expo Ltd delivers high quality interactive events specialising in renewables, energy efficiency, waste management, waste-to-energy, recycling, and organic products. Phone + 359/32945459 or office@viaexpo.com

Experimental Device based on Stefan Denaerde's Physics Model

Stefan Denaerde was a Dutch author of two books. One detailing an contact experience (including an extensive dialogue on the development of a civilization) and one detailing a more bizarre universal model of existence/creation. That model could be understood as an kind of metaphysical model, from which one can derive an ultimate physics model. The model suggests technological dynamics to enable anti-gravity and energy-generation.

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Recently, unaffiliated individuals have made an experimental device based on that physics model.

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  • Ainslie - Rosemary Ainslie has demonstrated and tested a circuit that exhibits COP>17 since 1999, as a result of a revised physical model that she created. Her circuit will be demonstrated to interested academics on 12 March 2011 in Cape Town, South Africa.


Einstein's relativity theory disproven

Sept. 30, 2011

Last week the newspapers were filled with the discovery of "impossible" particles traveling faster than the speed of light. A month ago an "impossible" star was discovered and earlier the Pioneer space probes also refused to adhere to the law. This way, the scientific establishment will slowly but surely be forced to return to reality, the reality of the existence of a real, physical ether with fluid-like properties. The inevitable result of that will be that Einstein's relativity theory will go down in the history books as one of the biggest fallacies ever brought forth by science. In the future, they will look back to relativity with equal disbelief as to the "Earth is flat" concept. The relativity theory not only goes against common sense, as Tesla already said in 1932, a fundamental thinking error has been made by Maxwell in his equations. This eventually lead to the erroneous relativity theory, as is proven in this article. It is therefore no exaggeration to state that the scientific establishment is going to have a religious experience.

Read more: http://www.tuks.nl/wiki/index.php/Main/Ruins96YearsEinsteinRelativity

Lamare 09:37, 1 October 2011 (PDT)

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