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BEIS announce no RHI degression in July 2019

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On the back of the news that the Tariff Guarantee (TG) will now be extended to January 2021 for new applications, BEIS have also announced that there will be no degression this July. This means that for those making a new TG application to take advantage of this extension should get…

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Tags: RHI, anaerobic digestion, beis, UK AD & Biogas, renewable financial incentives, biomethane, biogas, financial incentives, RHI degression, degression, rhi tariff guarantees, rebecca thompson, alberto rocamora, energy policy, heat

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ADBA contributes to House of Lords UK energy policy inquiry

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The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee (EAC) inquiry into the economics of UK energy policy closes this week. The Committee is assessing successes and failures of recent policy interventions and current subsidy arrangements in the energy market. It intends to present a report and recommendations for…

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Tags: economic affairs committee, House of Lords, consultation, energy policy, renewable financial incentives, biogas, biomethane, anaerobic digestion, RHI, FIT, Renewables Obligation, hinkley point c, energy market design, thom koller

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House of Lords UK energy policy inquiry: help us show that AD is better than Hinkley Point C

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The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee (EAC) inquiry into the economics of UK energy policy closes next week. You can download our draft response here. Comments are of course welcome. The Committee is considering recent policy interventions and current subsidies in the energy market. It will present a report…

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Tags: economic affairs committee, House of Lords, consultation, energy policy, renewable energy, renewable financial incentives, anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, RHI, FIT, Renewables Obligation, crop operators, food waste operators, energy market design, efficiency, energy bill, hinkley point c, thom koller

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ADBA to tell Economic Affairs Committee about failures in the energy market

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The House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee has launched an inquiry into the Economics of UK Energy Policy.  The Committee is to consider the present mix of policy interventions and subsidies in the energy market. It's core question is what are the failures, if any, in the…

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Tags: economic affairs committee, House of Lords, consultation, energy policy, renewable energy, renewable financial incentives, biogas, biomethane, crop operators, food waste operators, FIT, RHI, Renewables Obligation, energy market design, research and development, renewable technologies, efficiency, energy bills

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Leaving the EU: implications on energy and climate policy

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Following the referendum decision to leave the EU, the Energy and Climate Change Committee has launched inquiries on the implications for UK energy policy and for climate policy. With UK politics and the economy in a period of extreme uncertainty, these inquries provide members with opportunity to ensure that…

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Tags: energy & climate change committee, eccc, brexit, European Union, consultation, cop21, 2030 target, climate change, emissions trading scheme, energy policy, anaerobic digestion, food waste operators, crop operators, biogas, biomethane, thom koller

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Brexit and biogas

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The UK’s politics and economy are entering a period of extreme uncertainty, the impacts of which we can only guess for now. Today’s stock and currency market reactions are extreme, but unsurprising in the circumstances. Markets appear to have expected a ‘remain’ vote, so…

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Tags: DECC, Defra, Europe, European Union, eu referendum, EU, Circular Economy, circular economy package, farming, CAP, food waste operators, food waste, recycling, digestate, energy policy, renewable energy, anaerobic digestion, biogas, crop operators, Matt Hindle, financial incentives

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Chris Huhne’s take on the new UK energy policy

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Our strategic adviser, former DECC Secretary of State Chris Huhne, provides his analysis of the implications of the speech Amber Rudd gave on energy policy this week: The speech was heavily trailed as being about affordability, but there is nothing new on this except the threat that offshore wind…

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Tags: DECC, Matt Hindle, financial incentives, FIT, RHI, Chris Huhne, ADBA National Conference, biogas, anaerobic digestion, energy policy, renewable energy

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Invitation: anaerobic digestion - balancing resource with energy policy

25th March | 10.00am – 11.30am | Committee Room 10, Palace of Westminster REGISTER HERE We are delighted to invite you to the APSRG event ‘Anaerobic Digestion: Balancing Resource with Energy Policy’, co-hosted with Carbon Connect and in partnership with the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA). This parliamentary event will…

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Tags: invitation, Parliament, balancing resource, energy policy, AD, apsrg, carbon connect, dr alan whitehead mp, dr david greenfield, Derek Sivyer

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