India’s Waste to Energy Solutions market is undergoing rapid expansion, with a specific emphasis on leveraging anaerobic digestion and conventional burning of organic waste. The surge is partially attributed to the escalating costs of fossil fuels and a heightened awareness of their environmental impact, particularly on climate change. This has prompted individuals and government to seek alternatives such as biomass for energy generation actively. Waste to Energy solutions emerges as a carbon-neutral pathway, as plants absorb carbon dioxide during growth, releasing oxygen. This mechanism aids in reducing the net carbon dioxide levels, mitigating global warming and climate change agents.
Mandvi Singh, Assistant Managing Editor
Bhawna Agarwal, Country Head- Strategy and Growth, HPE India
Dhananjay Ganjoo, Managing Director India & SAARC, F5