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    • Strategic Analysis of the Biomass and Waste-to-Power Market in Southeast Asia Strategic Analysis of the Biomass and Waste-to-Power Market in Southeast Asia Suchitra Sriram, Program Manager, Energy & Environment Recorded: Sep 17 2015 7:00 am UTC 26 mins
    • Global investment in the renewable energy (RE) market exceeded $300 billion in 2014, at a 16% growth rate over 2013. Biomass and waste-to-energy (WTE) projects saw more than $8 billion worth of investment in 2014. With rising primary energy needs, Southeast Asia is experiencing power turbulence across most of its economically backward regions, indicating a heightened need to implement RE projects for better energy security. There is an urgent need for effective waste management spurring the growth of biomass and waste-to-power projects in Southeast Asia.
      Key Takeaway:
      •Understand the potential of biomass in the region and countries that would take the lead.
      •Government support in the form of regulations and policy framework will provide the much needed push.
      •What are the best practices and key success factors for increasing biomass power projects in the region?
      •How will the market change with the application of new technologies to treat biomass and waste?

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    • Heat-to-Power: Emerging Forces Reignite Waste Heat Recovery Market Heat-to-Power: Emerging Forces Reignite Waste Heat Recovery Market Lekshmy Ravi, Research Analyst Recorded: Dec 10 2014 3:00 pm UTC 33 mins
    • Rising energy costs, sharp regulations and global issues such as climate change have reinvigorated interest in industrial waste heat recovery (WHR) as a tool to increase energy efficiency. WHR offers numerous benefits, both financially and socially, including energy efficiency, reduced emissions and cost savings. Join Frost & Sullivan’s “Fuel Conservation through Industrial Waste Heat Management - Impact and Innovations” webinar to explore forces shaping this market.

      This webinar will address:
      • Cutting-edge technologies evolving to enable WHR
      • Impending changes in the industrial WHR market
      • Industries poised to gain the most benefit from WHR

      Opportunities in the WHR market vary as several product developers explore different ways to increase energy efficiency. This webinar will help WHR developers identify target end-user segments and refine product offerings. Stakeholders in industries with high energy use such as the cement, glass, and oil and gas industries should attend to discover how WHR can help mitigate tightening energy budgets

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    • Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling Market Growth Fuelled by Circular Ec Construction and Demolition Waste Recycling Market Growth Fuelled by Circular Ec Monika Chrusciak, Research Analyst Recorded: Jul 25 2014 11:00 am UTC 16 mins
    • Construction and Demolition (C&D) waste has become a major concern in Europe, driven by legal requirements regarding waste reduction, recycling and diverting waste material resources away from landfilling. The gradual increase of waste and limited landfill space boost recycling efforts, which benefits the development of the C&D waste recycling services market. Legislative goals are targeting 70% recycling of C&D waste by 2020, which is a key driver for this market. The push for C&D waste recycling has further prompted waste management companies to optimize collection systems and increase recycling levels to sustain market revenues. Optimization of collection and recycling technologies is expected to increase revenue for C&D waste recycling companies. This briefing provides top-level insight of the analysis conducted on the European C&D Waste Recycling sector for the forecast period from 2012 to 2020.

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    • Waste strategy: a positive force for the UK's energy infrastructure development? Waste strategy: a positive force for the UK's energy infrastructure development? David Massingham, Public Affairs Director, Covanta Energy Recorded: Apr 20 2012 10:00 am UTC 58 mins
    • Developments in the Waste Strategy have been long awaited and much debated. At best they could unlock some of the barriers to both waste and energy infrastructure development - at worst they could result in recourse to more debate, and a loss of vital inward investment.

      While the financial climate remains difficult, it's no surprise that many of those local authorities who are still to put residual waste solutions in place have had to take a step back to reconsider their options. But the UK cannot afford a protracted period of reconsideration if we are to deliver the required waste and energy capacity to meet targets and actual need. While last year's announcements proved to be a damp squib, early indicators suggest that these new changes will have a positive impact.

      Government energy policy has already identified EfW as one of a handful of technologies that are critical to delivering energy security and low carbon objectives. It is our belief, however, that if we are to deliver the full potential of EfW, we are going to need to exploit resources beyond the municipal sector, especially the energy value of residual Commercial & Industrial (C&I) waste.

      Joining up the dots of all of these combined waste and energy considerations, and taking into account planning and localism, is an enormous challenge - for government and for those working within the sector.

      Covanta is the largest Energy-from-Waste provider in the world, operating 46 plants worldwide. The company has more than 25 years' experience and treats over 18 million tonnes or residual waste annually from which it derives more than 9 million megawatt hours of sustainable energy.

      Covanta is making a considerable investment into the UK and Irish Energy-from-Waste markets, making up to 2 million tonnes of EfW capacity available over the next five years. Through this programme Covanta will be investing in communities, through job creation and community partnerships.

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    • European Waste-to-Energy Plant Market – Rapid Growth Fuelled by Legislative European Waste-to-Energy Plant Market – Rapid Growth Fuelled by Legislative Monika Chrusciak, Research Analyst Frost & Sullivan Recorded: Mar 6 2013 3:00 pm UTC 24 mins
    • Europe generated approximately 265 million tonnes of municipal solid waste (MSW) in 2012, and the increasing volumes are attributed to packaging and food disposed from households. With an increasing concern about energy security, waste-to-energy plants have emerged as a sustainable practice to address the disposal of municipal solid waste and also generate energy. This briefing summaries the European Thermal Waste-to-Energy Plant sector from 2009 to 2016.

      Why You Should Attend:
      - Gain understanding of the WTE plant market in Europe
      - Receive insight on a perceptible shift in the fuel mix from coal and nuclear power to alternate and renewable sources
      - Discuss why, in Europe, more than three-quarters of 480 WTE plants are older than 10 years
      - Understand why grate technology is still the most commonly used solution in Europe
      - Discover how improving energy efficiencies and lowering air emissions will result in an increased use of process and automation

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    • Avoid the Waste of a VDI-only Storage Solution Avoid the Waste of a VDI-only Storage Solution George Crump, Storage Switzerland Recorded: Apr 15 2014 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) places unique performance demands on storage. During the course of the day the I/O traffic changes from heavy read, to heavy write and then ends with a mixture of read and write requirements. This workload profile is so unique that many VDI planners end up selecting a dedicated storage solution for their VDI environment.

      Join Storage Switzerland and Fusion-io for the live webinar event "Avoid the Waste of a VDI-only Storage Solution”.

      In this webinar, you will learn:
      1. The challenges associated with deploying storage for VDI
      2. How current solutions attempt to solve these problems
      3. How to save money by supporting VDI and other application workloads on the same storage

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    • Avoid the Waste of a VDI-only Storage Solution Avoid the Waste of a VDI-only Storage Solution George Crump, Storage Switzerland Recorded: Apr 9 2014 5:00 pm UTC 63 mins
    • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) places unique performance demands on storage. During the course of the day the I/O traffic changes from heavy read, to heavy write and then ends with a mixture of read and write requirements. This workload profile is so unique that many VDI planners end up selecting a dedicated storage solution for their VDI environment.

      Join Storage Switzerland and Fusion-io for the live webinar event "Avoid the Waste of a VDI-only Storage Solution”.

      In this webinar, you will learn:
      1. The challenges associated with deploying storage for VDI
      2. How current solutions attempt to solve these problems
      3. How to save money by supporting VDI and other application workloads on the same storage

      All pre-registrants for this webinar will receive an exclusive, advanced copy of Storage Switzerland's latest white paper "VDI Storage Should do More than Just VDI" emailed right after they sign up.

      The live event will be held on April 9th at 1PM ET, 10am PT so sign up now and get your exclusive white paper today!

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    • Knowledge Sharing is a Terrible Thing to Waste Knowledge Sharing is a Terrible Thing to Waste Gerald Beaulieu Recorded: Jul 6 2015 10:55 pm UTC 48 mins
    • How many times have you been in a meeting where someone says, “What would happen if Bob was hit by a bus”? Not that anyone wants something bad to happen to Bob, but all too often too much knowledge is trapped in the head of a single person instead of a documented resource that can be shared for others to benefit from.

      Proper knowledge management ensures important information, processes and tribal knowledge flows freely within IT and throughout the entire organization. Utilizing Knowledge Management properly also helps identify common problems and issues to prevent future redundant incidents.

      The ServiceNow Express Knowledge Management application provides role-based tools to create, store and publish this important information, while providing a single resource for all users to find and view details on common inquiries.

      ServiceNow experts will discuss the benefits of deploying an integrated ServiceNow Knowledge Management solution across the organization.

      Join us to learn more about:
      How to capture, consolidate and publish company-wide knowledge for optimum adoption and usage
      Best practices for leveraging reporting to help identify usage and opportunities for additional articles
      Processes for creating proper Knowledge Management workflows

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    • Rotavapors®: The next generation in waste solvent management and recycling Rotavapors®: The next generation in waste solvent management and recycling Jason Wagner Recorded: Jun 17 2015 6:00 pm UTC 33 mins
    • The cost of solvent disposal can be just as high or higher than the cost of purchasing solvent. Less expensive technical grade solvent can be purified by distillation to achieve the purity necessary for academic and industrial applications. Solvent reclamation, recycling and purification with a BUCHI Industrial Rotavapor® is not only efficient but it pays for itself after one year. Join us to discover ways to better manage or develop your own in-house solvent disposal/ recycling program and the benefits of this type of program.
      During this webinar we will discuss:
      •Solutions to improve the purity of technical grade solvents
      •Solvent reclamation and reselling
      •Solvent recycling

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    • Targeting $25B Waste in Physical & Virtual Server Environments Targeting $25B Waste in Physical & Virtual Server Environments Andy Dominey, Product Manager, 1E Recorded: Jul 28 2010 12:00 pm UTC 41 mins
    • 1E believes that every one of its customers should expect more from their IT. With our expertise in PC power management firmly established with NightWatchman, 1E continues its commitment to reducing cost in the data center with the next release of NightWatchman Server Edition 2.0. By ensuring that energy and capacity is not being wasted by PCs and servers, a typical 5,000 seat organization could be saving up to USD$500,000 in energy, maintenance and hardware costs per year. Headquartered in London and New York and with nearly 14 million licenses deployed world-wide, over 1100 organizations in 42 countries have trusted 1E to help them to work effectively, productively and sustainably. Our customers include AT&T, Bovis Lend Lease, CSC, Dell Inc., Ford, HSBC, Microsoft, Nestlé, Syngenta and Verizon Wireless. We have many imitators, but there is only one 1E.


      Andrew Dominey, a 1E Product Manager and IT efficiency expert, has extensive experience with data-center energy efficiency, server virtualization and a wide range of Microsoft enterprise solutions. Dominey helps global enterprises rapidly deploy energy- and cost-saving solutions across complex data-center environments to generate significant ROI. In his current role, he also manages the product direction and development of NightWatchman Server Edition based on his understanding of enterprise infrastructure, server efficiency and IT waste reduction.

      Since joining 1E in 2005, Dominey has held numerous management roles including Senior Consultant, Principal Consultant and Practice Lead. Prior to joining 1E, he served as a systems administrator for Cobweb Solutions, Ltd., where he monitored, maintained and supported an expansive infrastructure serving more than 1,500 customers. Previously, he developed an in-depth understanding of large-scale server infrastructures as a field service engineer, 2nd-level engineer and 3rd-level engineer at World Class International (WCI).

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    • 5 Ways to Significantly Boost Efficiency in Your Hybrid Cloud 5 Ways to Significantly Boost Efficiency in Your Hybrid Cloud Nigel Tozer, Director Product Marketing, CommVault Recorded: Feb 18 2016 11:00 am UTC 42 mins
    • Cloud was initially pitched as a way to reduce waste and boost agility, but for many, agility has been the main gain. The boost to budgets is often only felt initially by shifting the spend from CAPEX to OPEX, but without careful management those utility bills can become crippling. This session looks a number of ways that are proven to reduce costs with some real-world examples. Even if cost saving isn’t on your agenda, the same tools and processes will also help you to scale quicker and efficiently extend your service catalogue.

      The 5 topics we will cover will help you to:
      Reduce your spending on infrastructure and licenses
      Help you to reduce your Opex cloud billing
      Simplify hybrid provisioning processes
      Enable new cloud use-cases to keep LOB owners happy

      We look forward to seeing you at the session!

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    • When Demand Generation is a Waste of Money When Demand Generation is a Waste of Money Viktor Nagornyy, Business Guardian, ProjectArmy Recorded: Jan 23 2014 6:00 pm UTC 49 mins
    • Instead of preaching to the choir about different demand generation strategies that you already know about, let's look at something completely different. BUT, something that most business owners and marketers don't consider to be a part of their demand and lead generation strategies - reputation marketing.

      This webinar will be great for small and mid-sized businesses, especially with physical locations - but every business will be able to benefit and learn:

      - What is reputation marketing?
      - Why you are wasting money with your demand generation strategy
      - How reputation marketing can increase your demand (and sales!)
      - Reputation pitfalls to avoid
      - Practical tips to build a better reputation
      - Actionable steps to start now!

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    • Utility Execs: Don’t Waste Millions in Operating Costs Due to Bad Asset Data Utility Execs: Don’t Waste Millions in Operating Costs Due to Bad Asset Data Noah Consulting and Informatica Recorded: Apr 1 2014 5:00 pm UTC 46 mins
    • Are you wasting millions of dollars in operating costs because of bad asset data? Inaccurate, inconsistent and disconnected asset information prevents many utility companies from optimizing asset management/equipment maintenance processes and from submitting accurate regulatory reports such as rate case.

      If you work for a utility company and are responsible for asset management / equipment maintenance or regulatory reporting, please join this webinar featuring a panel of utility industry data experts from Noah Consulting and asset information management experts from Informatica.

      Our panel of data experts will:
      •Reveal the 5 toughest business challenges facing utility industry executives
      •Explain how bad asset data could be costing you millions of dollars in operating costs
      •Share 3 best practices for optimizing asset management / equipment maintenance and regulatory reporting with accurate, consistent and connected asset information
      •Show you how to implement these best practices with a demonstration
      •Answer your toughest asset information management questions in the live Q&A

      Speakers:
      Dean Balog, Senior Principal Consultant, Noah Consulting
      Stephan Zoder, Director, Value Engineering, Informatica
      Bryan Balding, Solution Specialist, Informatica

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    • Don't Waste It: Make Your Digital Marketing Spend Count Don't Waste It: Make Your Digital Marketing Spend Count James Oates, Nielsen Managing Director, Media UK Recorded: May 22 2013 10:00 am UTC 42 mins
    • In a multi-platform world, you can't afford to miss your audience - especially Online. Knowing your campaign reach and how to adjust it marks the difference between higher ROI and wasted investment. Join James Oates, Nielsen's UK Managing Director for Media, as he shares the latest breakthroughs for Manufacturers and Media Owners to accurately capture and adjust their Online campaigns and maximise impact.

      This session will feature a case study presented by Fanny Carouge, Head of Research for Unanimis.

      We will also share a preview of upcoming advancements in cross-platform campaign measurement.

      Key points covered in the event:
      - Generating robust, transparent, people-based measurement for networks that is comparative to other media
      - Monitoring campaigns in flight... knowing when and how to act
      - Going further with the data... understanding which opportunities are offered by a strong performance

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