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ADBA Autumn Members’ Meeting 2016

31 October 2016

1:00pm – 5:30pm

Addleshaw Goddard

Milton Gate
60 Chiswell Street

Following the summer’s political rollercoaster, our Autumn Members’ Meeting will consider the impact of the new government, new departments and new ministers for the UK’s AD industry. Taking place in London in October, this free to attend event will cover the latest hot topics affecting our industry, which could include:

  • Political fall-out. What do we know about the new ministers, and the priorities of the new government in general? Where are the best opportunities for AD?
  • The future of the RHI. ADBA’s policy team will be on hand to give the latest update on the new rules, how they’ll support projects and where the industry goes from here.
  • Transport. Will the RTFO provide direct support for biomethane in transport?
  • Sustainability criteria. One year since its implementation, we’ll look at how operators are coping, what information Ofgem can give us, and what might need to change.
  • Food waste. Delivering the Food Waste Recycling Action Plan will be high on the agenda, but is there any prospect of getting more support for food waste collections in England?
  • On-farm AD. What’s next for the sector? Is there any movement on electricity policy, and are there other opportunities for support?

Featuring presentations from ADBA’s Strategic Advisor and former Minister for Energy & Climate Change, Chris Huhne; ADBA’s policy team and Market Analysts; and presentations from government departments and agencies, our members’ meetings are the perfect opportunity to address the issues that are affecting your business.

Our Autumn Members’ Meeting is free to attend for ADBA members, and also includes a networking lunch and drinks reception. Spaces are limited so register your attendance today. Please contact Gayle Brandon-Kirby to regsiter your place and please click here to learn more

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