Why business is hotting up for EfW

Few will remember 2020 as their favourite year, but one positive outcome could be the growth of the energy-from-waste sector, with a flurry of deals meaning heat networks may soon be widespread across the UK, Becca Challis reports

by Becca Challis
Aberdeen City Council hopes the planned Ness EfW-powered district heating facility in Torry will address fuel poverty in the area. Photograph: Ness Energy Project
Aberdeen City Council hopes the planned Ness EfW-powered district heating facility in Torry will address fuel poverty in the area. Photograph: Ness Energy Project

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