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Government Bioeconomy Strategy ‘coming very soon’

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Last week ADBA's Policy Team caught up with BEIS on the latest thinking on the government Bioeconomy Strategy. Following consultation in January 2017 the response is now expected very soon. You can read our submission to BEIS here. The Bioeconomy Strategy will set out 15 actions based around the 5 foundations of…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, food waste operators, crop operators, bioeconomy strategy, bioeconomy, bioresources, biorefinery, research and development, research and innovation, beis, clean growth strategy, thom koller

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ADBA present AD ‘energy revolutions’ to Parliament

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The Energy and Climate Change Select Committee is investigating disruptive innovation in the energy sector, including technologies with the potential to transform existing market structures. ADBA members suggested innovations that could transform the energy sector. You can read our submission here. We presented to the Committee two…

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Tags: ECC committee, consultation, anaerobic digestion, food waste operators, crop operators, virtual power plant, biomethanation, biorefinery, biomethane, biogas, thom koller

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AD energy revolutions: what should we promote to Parliament?

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The Energy and Climate Change Select Committee is investigating disruptive innovation in the energy sector, including the potential of technology to transform existing market structures, and Government support for innovation. They are calling for suggestions of innovations that could transform the energy sector. ADBA members have submitted ideas and…

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Tags: ECC committee, consultation, anaerobic digestion, crop operators, food waste operators, virtual power plant, biorefinery, biomethane, biogas, thom koller

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DECC FIT and RHI cuts mean the R&D Forum needs to produce some magic

Last year Greg Barker MP, the then Minister for Energy, challenged the AD industry to innovate and cut the costs of generating renewable energy. This was following his decisions not to consider reviewing the small scale FITs tariff. Since then it's become clear that, through the degression mechanisms…

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Tags: DECC, R&D, R&D forum, Ollie More, digestate, bioresources, biorefinery

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