This article is a continuation of our series about various topics in renewable energy. Due to many increased commercial and industrial activities, agriculture and increased population, tons and tons of waste material are producdeveloping countries are (still) unable to fully and effectively surmount waste management problems. However, technology has introduced many advanced technologies and processes to turn waste into energy, including plasma gasification. These processes and technologies meet the highest standards of environment conservation. In the recently held World Future Energy Summit 2011 Business Forum, energy companies participated and discussed development of renewable energy concerns. Allocation of renewable energy investments in developing countries like Brazil, China, Middle East, India and North African countries were also discussed. Developing nations such as the ones mentioned hold for growth of the advanced smart grid systems that can provide energy directly from providers to users through a two-way digital communications. By following simple methods, developing nations can seize their waste management problems without having to revamp existing infrastructures. The summit has been a success and has developed commercial renewable energy solutions for the future energy crisis. One particular country which had sought for international and domestic investors to invest in energy solutions is Nigeria. The Nigerian government admitted that it could not solely afford the energy investments required in satisfying the increasing Nigerian energy needs. The Nigerian government welcomes both international and local energy investors and is given the opportunity to set up their privatization plans and strategies. The success of solid waste management in Nigeria and in other developing countries begins at home. Proper recycling and waste separation are the keys to sustainable solid waste management. It is actually a messy exercise as everyone wants waste into energy should be considered as permanent solution to the already growing concern of waste management problems faced by most developing countries. *These will be discussed further in the next blogs. Watch for them.