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Hear Charlotte speak on “Is anaerobic digestion the future to a bio-based economy?” at RWM

I am delighted to be speaking in the panel session: Is anaerobic digestion the future to a bio-based economy? in the EFW Theatre on Tuesday 13th September 15:15 – 16:00 at RWM (13-15 September, NEC Birmingham) In the face of increasing policy uncertainty, the anaerobic digestion industry’s growth has been…

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Welcome to the September issue of AD & Bioresources News and AD & Bioresources International

Following another highly successful UK AD & Biogas 2016 trade show and AD & Biogas Industry Awards (you can read all about the highlights on pp.23-29), ADBA’s AD & Bioresources News magazine returns and is once again packed full of useful industry insight and information. In my…

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Welcome to the latest issue of AD & Bioresources News and *new* AD & Biogas News International

As recognition grows around the world of the AD industry’s ability to address increasingly pressing issues surrounding energy security, climate change, food security, wastewater and sanitation, this issue sees the launch of our international publication “AD & Biogas News International”. We are all proud to work…

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Welcome to the latest issue of AD & Bioresources News: Issue 30, February 2016

“UK has the opportunity to lead on emissions reduction” and “Realising the value of digestate” Our introduction to this issue of AD & Bioresources News (page 3) is written by Matthew Bell, Chief Executive of the Committee on Climate Change. Matthew was pleased with the level of…

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Tags: RTFO, DECC, RHI, biogas, anaerobic digestion, FIT, Charlotte Morton, Defra, digestate, UK AD & Biogas, R&D, Wrap, policy, news, ADBA news

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Welcome to the latest issue of AD & Bioresources News: Issue 29, November

Demonstrating the value of AD to government and “Unlocking feedstocks to secure AD’s future” As Chris Huhne says in his Foreword to this issue (p3) “the political challenge for us at ADBA is to make the case for AD in an increasingly sceptical environment”…

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Tags: ad & bioresources news, MP, feedstock

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ADBA joins ministerial meeting on FIT future

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In the week that the Feed-in Tariff review closes, I was part of a group of renewable energy trade associations, as well as other representative organisations such as the TUC, the Electrical Contractors Association, and Friends of the Earth, invited to roundtable meeting by DECC minister Andrea Leadsom MP. The…

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Tags: DECC, Charlotte Morton, FIT, feed-in tariff, financial incentives, renewable financial incentives, crop operators, food waste operators

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Welcome to the latest issue of AD & Bioresources News: Defending incentives and Biomethane

As you know, AD’s incentives have been very much under attack in the last few weeks so my section on page 4 looks at what we must do together to defend them. The surprise £11 million cut from the removal of Levy Exemption Certificates (LECs) in the summer budget,…

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Tags: ad & bioresources news, Charlotte Morton, incentives, cuts, biomethane as a transport fuel, uk ad & biogas 2015 review, AD plant additives, process optimisation, regulatory advice

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Developing a world class AD industry

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As we all know, the AD industry offers exceptional value to the UK, and an excellent return on the government’s investment. We grew by over 600% during the last parliament, creating over 4,000 jobs, and are now well positioned to take advantage of a growing global marketplace worth billions of…

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Tags: Charlotte Morton, financial incentives, RHI, FIT, anaerobic digestion

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ADBA meets new resources minister

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This week I joined colleagues from across the recycling industry to meet new Defra minister Rory Stewart MP, who is responsible for waste and recycling policy. I started the first discussion on improving recycling rates by informing the minister that the waste trade bodies, Local Authority Waste Network Coordinators, WRAP…

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Tags: Defra, rory stewart, resources, waste collection, food waste collection, food waste, food waste operators, biogas, anaerobic digestion, Charlotte Morton, Wrap

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Welcome to the latest issue of AD & Bioresources News: On-farm AD and UK AD & Biogas 2015

Many of Britain’s farmers are struggling to remain profitable in the face of supermarket price wars, rising energy bills and volatile commodity markets. Meanwhile, Britain’s AD sector is booming, having grown 622 per cent in the past five years (outside the water sector); indeed last year alone…

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Tags: ad & bioresources news, AD, bioresources, uk ad & biogas 2015, uk ad & biogas industry awards 2015, on farm ad, training, pre-treatment

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Welcome to the latest issue of AD & Bioresources News: ‘Raising the bar on safety and performance’

Upcoming election and raising the bar on safety and performance With May’s election drawing ever closer we must ask ourselves what a new government is likely to mean for the industry and how we can best encourage policy which acknowledges the varied benefits of AD. Our Foreword on…

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Tags: ad & bioresources news, AD, bioresources, 2015 election, health and safety, safety, Training and Safety, operational performance

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Latest AD & Bioresources News out now

 "The food & drink industry: waking up to the value of food waste" The AD industry has been one of the UK’s recent success stories, with a total of 335 AD facilities now delivering a combined electrical equivalent capacity of over 400 MW. Whilst this growth looks set to…

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Tags: ad & bioresources news, uk ad & biogas industry awards 2015, Food & drink, food industry

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ADBA Members’ Directory 2014/15

This year’s directory includes more organisations, more products and more services than ever before, reflecting the significant growth the industry has experienced in the past year. Whether you are buying for micro or large scale projects, for on-farm, commercial, industrial or wastewater plants, there is a wide choice…

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Welcome to the latest issue of AD & Bioresources News: ‘From Biogas to Bioresources’

‘From Biogas to Bioresources – we've changed our name’ AD has always been about more than just the biogas, we all value the nutrients and minerals in the digestate. To ensure we fully represent all the current benefits and those emerging in the biochemistry and products arena,…

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Welcome to the latest issue of AD & Biogas News: ‘Placing AD at the heart of the community’

It is well known that engaging with the community is vital for a new AD plant at planning and operational stages. However, the level of that engagement could soon be increasing significantly following the publication of DECC’s Community Energy Strategy, and proposals for renewable energy installations costing above £2.5m…

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Tags: AD & Biogas News, Charlotte Morton, Community AD

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