Bags packed for a trip to PowerGen Asia for Proteus Environmental MD, Paul Davison

The PowerGen Asia Exhibition and Conference is probably the largest energy event in Southeast Asia, attracting visitors from more than 70 countries.  It is a highlight of the year for those in conventional and renewable energy across the region.  This year, Paul Davison, Managing Director of Proteus PR and Proteus Environmental (Hong Kong) Ltd, has [...]

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Proteus’ MD Paul Davison discusses global objectives to Energy from Waste in the December issue of Waste Management World

In parts of the world public perceptions of Energy from Waste (EfW) technology are rarely positive, and often based on incorrect facts and memories of outdated incinerators. But the patterns of arguments used vary across the globe. In this months’ Waste Management World Paul Davison, Managing Director of Proteus discusses the global perceptions of energy [...]

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China in our hands?

The countdown is on until Proteus heads to the 3rd annual International Congress of Environment (ICE), in Xi’an, China – one of the fastest growing economies in the world. Its rapid industrialisation is generating enormous of amounts of waste material, which, coupled with an increasing demand for renewable energy, offers an attractive Energy from Waste [...]

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The great housing debate – our reaction to planning minister’s comments

The comments of Government planning minister, Nick Boles, are making waves up and down the land. Thank goodness! An interview is due to be aired on this evening’s Newsnight where he will, apparently say that  people who object to new housing developments are going to have to accept that if they want housing for their [...]

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66 per cent of the UK public are in favour of wind energy

The Guardian is among the media outlets reporting the findings of an Ipsos MORI survey for RenewableUK which shows that 66 per cent of the UK public are in favour of wind energy. This is encouraging news for the renewables sector and makes especially interesting reading for me as the latest addition to Proteus where [...]

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2012 – Doom and gloom for green energy?

Bring on 2012 – but will it be more doom and gloom for renewable energy?

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