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ADBA praises global biogas industry commitment to deliver 12% reduction in global emissions by 2030

ADBA praises global biogas industry commitment to deliver 12% reduction in global greenhouse gases emissions by 2030 The World Biogas Association, of which ADBA is a founder member, issues Declaration to deliver 12% global GHG emissions reductions by 2030, signed by major industry players It's the first time so many powerful organisations join…

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Tags: biogas, world biogas association, climate change, cop25, unfccc, uk government

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Committee on Climate Change CEO Chris Stark to headline ADBA National Conference 2019

Committee on Climate Change CEO Chris Stark to headline ADBA National Conference 2019 ADBA National Conference 2019 will feature an "In Conversation with" session with Chris Stark, CEO of the UK Committee on Climate Change. Conference will focus on how anaerobic digestion and biogas can contribute to addressing the climate emergency over…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, food waste, Charlotte Morton, ADBA National Conference

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Anaerobic digestion trade association publishes wish list for General Election manifestos

Anaerobic digestion trade association publishes wish list for General Election manifestos As the UK prepares for a December General Election, the UK Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) has written to national party leaders setting out a list of policies for the new government to embrace.  In her letter,…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, food waste, Charlotte Morton, UK AD & Biogas, financial incentives, treasury, cabb, general election

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MEMBER PRESS RELEASE - Biogen acquires anaerobic digestion plant in South West England

Biogen acquires anaerobic digestion plant in South West England Biogen, the anaerobic digestion portfolio platform led by Ancala Partners LLP (‘Ancala’), has acquired a 1.1MW operational anaerobic digestion facility located in Weston-super-Mare, England, from Enovert for an undisclosed sum. The facility will be integrated into Ancala’s…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, ancala, Biogen, enovert

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Support biogas as a viable, renewable alternative to shale gas, says trade body

Support biogas as a viable, renewable alternative to shale gas, says trade body in light of Oil and Gas Authority report Government needs to look at alternatives following the suspension of fracking as recommended by Oil and Gas Authority. Biogas offers an environmentally friendly alternative that has the potential to…

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Tags: biogas, anaerobic digestion, biomethane, food waste operators, food waste, Charlotte Morton, UK AD & Biogas, financial incentives, shale gas, fracking, government

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ADBA welcomes ENA’s support for biomethane in Pathways to Net Zero Report

ADBA welcomes ENA's support for biomethane in Pathways to Net Zero Report The Energy Networks Association (ENA) this week published the first report from its Gas Decarbonisation Project, Pathways to Net Zero, in which it predicts "a major expansion of biomethane supply to the gas networks" by 2030 and beyond.…

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Tags: biomethane, biogas, anaerobic digestion, Charlotte Morton, ENA, navigant

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NFU and LGA to provide keynote speeches at ADBA National Conference in December

NFU and LGA to provide keynote speeches at ADBA National Conference in December Stuart Roberts, Vice-President, National Farmers Union, will discuss achieving net zero in agriculture Cllr David Renard, Chair of Economy, Environment, Housing and Transport Board,  Local Government Association, on their views on the implementation of separate food…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, Charlotte Morton, ADBA National Conference, NFU, lga

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Anaerobic digestion trade association submits proposals to Government ahead of the Budget

Anaerobic digestion trade association submits proposals to Government ahead of the Budget *Update - the Government has now postponed the Budget pending a general election vote* Letter to Chancellor highlights the industry's potential towards achieving the Government's Net Zero emissions target and the impact of uncertainty…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biomethane, food waste, Charlotte Morton, Defra, beis, financial incentives, chancellor of the exchequer, budget, cop26, cabb

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ADBA features on BBC Panorama programme on Climate Change

ADBA's Chief Executive Charlotte Morton joined BBC reporter Justin Rowlatt on a tour of Biogen's Rushden AD plant as part of the BBC Panorama programme on Climate Change broadcast on 14th October 2019.  She explains the role that AD can play towards achieving net zero emissions in…

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Tags: Charlotte Morton, anaerobic digestion, climate change mitigation, net zero

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UK anaerobic digestion trade association welcomes Queen’s Speech environmental pledges

The UK Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) welcomes proposed environmental legislation in today's Queen's Speech The anaerobic digestion (AD) industry, which treats and recycles organic wastes into green gas, green CO2, low carbon natural fertilisers and a range of biomaterials, could reduce UK GHG emissions by 5% and…

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ADBA joins global strike to demand action on climate change

Today, 20th September 2019, staff from the UK Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) took part in the global climate strike called by environmental activist Greta Thunberg to put pressure on world government to address the climate emergency affecting the planet.  This follows from the young people's march in…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, climate strike, climate change, climate emergency, net zero

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