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Mike Dunn will speak at the CIWM

Mike Dunn of Iona Capital, an investor in environmental infrastructure and renewable energy sources will be speaking on Thursday 28th September at the Chartered Institute

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Welcome to the Iona Digest. We start our first issue by looking at the big picture driving the climate change and environmental investment agenda. The

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March – Portfolio News

Tariff Accreditations During the month, Iona successfully completed and registered seven separate projects under the ROC (Renewable Obligation Certificates) and RHI (Renewable Heat Incentive) tariff

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for Developers

Do you have a sustainable technology that pushes innovation and helps our environment? If so, discover if your company fits in with our investment portfolio. Who knows, we could be working together before you know it.

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Energy-from-Waste (EfW) is widely recognized as a technology that in the right context can help mitigate climate change and move waste up the waste hierarchy. Whilst recycling remains a key priority EfW is a preferred strategy over landfill for non-cyclable materials. Recent developments in carbon capture technologies are also helping to mitigate the carbon emissions from EfW plants. A further key development for the industry is the use of the excess heat for district heating schemes.

Approximately 65% of energy is lost in traditional power plants due to inefficient conversion processes and losses in transmission. More efficient localised generation processes will create significant  benefits:

– Environmental: Increased efficiency can lower greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and other pollutants, as well as decrease water use.

– Economic: Improving energy efficiency can lower individual utility bills, create jobs, and help stabilize electricity prices and volatility