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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: NOT SHAKEN, NOT STIRRED… BUT MIXED

Maximising the benefits of renewable energy continues to be the focus for an increasingly diverse range of companies who are continuing to invest in the anaerobic digestion (AD) process and a new bio-energy plant at the Glendullan distillery is a good example. Diageo Scotland Ltd, have a number of distilleries…

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Tags: member's press release, glendullan distillery, diageo, system mix ltd, rotamix dual zone mixing system, dailuaine bioplant, vaughan he10r12-381, CHP, biogas, rotamix, food waste, andy parr, Derek Sivyer

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Feed-in Tariff could be limited to 17 projects next year: full briefing

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DECC have published the comprehensive review of the Feed-in Tariff. Although there are no proposed changes to AD tariffs at this stage – they will be consulted on later this year – there are major implications. Most notably, the government is proposing to limit support to just 17 new plants in 2016,…

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Tags: DECC, renewable financial incentives, FIT, food waste operators, crop operators, anaerobic digestion, biogas, CHP, Matt Hindle, feed-in tariff

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Edina’s CHP with Strathendrick Biogas shortlisted for Best Use of Digestate

One of the first projects with a CHP system from Edina to achieve Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) accreditation is Strathendrick Biogas. This site was developed by Strathendrick’s Director, Robert Kennedy to be as near to “closed loop” as possible. Robert had previously acted as a renewable…

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Tags: member's press release, Edina, RHI, CHP, strathendrick biogas, robert kennedy, whisky distilleries, grass silage, grid, FIT, newtainer, neweco-tec gmbh, biomethane, heat, Derek Sivyer

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Campaigning for electricity grid access

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As you will be aware from my previous blog, we have been working with Forum for the Future on a joint draft response to the Ofgem consultation on quicker, more efficient distribution connections. We are still awaiting the final version, but the most recent draft can be found here. The…

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Tags: will bushby, forum for the future, farm power, biogas to electricity, grid connection, FIT, crop operators, food waste operators, CHP, Ofgem, consultation

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MEMBER’S OPINION PIECE: Will Conservatives ban landfilling food waste?

Matt Hale, international sales manager, HRS heat exchangers explains how using heat exchangers in AD processes can save energy, money and the environment. While the ‘circular economy’ was once a buzzword, it is now an accepted phrase and end goal, yet putting it into practice is not quite…

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Tags: member's press release, hrs heat exchangers, matt hale, Circular Economy, conservative, government, Parliament, Mayor of London, Pasteurisation, CHP, boris johnson, liz truss, food waste, landfill ban, recycling, Derek Sivyer

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Forum for the Future - Ofgem grid consultation first draft

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Following on from my previous blog, you can now find the Forum for the Future joint draft response to the Ofgem consultation on quicker more efficient distribution connections for your review and comments by clicking here. In summary the consultation acknowledges that under the current system there is not sufficient…

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Tags: will bushby, forum for the future, biogas to electricity, grid connection, FIT, crop operators, food waste operators, CHP, Ofgem, consultation

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: HRS showcase ultra-energy efficient biofertiliser pasteurisation technology

Demonstrating how to optimise anaerobic digestion (AD) plant performance, a key theme at this years’ UK AD & Biogas show, HRS Heat Exchangers will showcase their latest ultra-energy efficient digestate pasteurisation technology on stand E213: the HRS 3 Tank Batch Sludge Pasteuriser System. The system boasts to be 70% more energy…

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Tags: member's press release, hrs heat exchangers, UK AD & Biogas, pasteurisation technology, biofertiliser, digestate, PAS 110, Pasteurisation, CHP, sustainability criteria, gate fees, veolia, Shanks, Tamar Energy, uts, muntons, matt hale, Derek Sivyer

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Electricity grid connection problems: update and opportunity to contribute

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Last week I went to a workshop held by Forum for the Future on the problem of grid access. There were a range of attendants from wind, solar, local government and others and it was agreed unanimously that unless grid access is improved in the UK we will not reach…

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Tags: will bushby, biogas to electricity, grid connection, FIT, crop operators, food waste operators, CHP

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MEMBER’S PRESS RELEASE: Triogen appoints BasePower as its UK agent

To boost the roll-out of Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology in the UK, European ORC supplier Triogen has appointed BasePower as its UK agent. ORC technology converts waste heat into renewable energy when added or retrofitted onto the exhausts of biogas, CHP (Combined Heat and Power) or landfill engines. This…

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Tags: member's press release, organic rankine cycle, triogen, basepower, renewable energy, biogas, CHP, marcel borkent, dan poulson, Derek Sivyer

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ADBA’s understanding of RHI biogas heat & biogas CHP rules

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In an attempt to simplify Ofgem's guidance on RHI biogas heat and biogas CHP rules, we have put together this document which aims to assist ADBA members who are considering installing biogas heat or biogas CHP plants. Although the document has been produced in conjunction with Ofgem, it is…

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Tags: will bushby, RHI, Ofgem, CHP, biogas heat, guidance

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RHI sustainability criteria regulations published

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Earlier this week, the government laid new RHI regulations covering sustainability criteria. These are available in full here, for those who enjoy reading Statutory Instruments in full. The regulations are now passing through Parliament, and assuming no problems in that process they will be in place in February Sustainability Criteria …

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Tags: DECC, renewable financial incentives, RHI, financial incentives, biomethane, sustainability criteria, biogas, CHP, Matt Hindle, sustainability

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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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Tags: ad & bioresources news, bioresources, biomethane, CHP

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FLI Energy launches new brand identity

ADBA Member News FLI Energy, one of the UK & Ireland’s leading AD plant EPC contractors, has launched its new brand identity in conjunction with its parent company FLI Group and other subsidiaries. The FLI Groups rebranding is in response to the growing success of its businesses and demand…

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Tags: biogas, CHP, FLI Energy

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Biomethane production boosts the growth of anaerobic digestion in Europe

ADBA member news The first of eight Gas-to-Grid (G2G) projects in France built by MT-Energie, a leading European provider of anaerobic digestion (AD) and biogas upgrading systems, has started its injection of purified bio methane into the French gas grid. MT-Energie has also officially inaugurated the largest biogas upgrading…

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Tags: CHP, MT-Energie, new plant

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Clarke Energy exceeds 4 GW installed base milestone in its 25th year

ADBA MEMBER NEWS Clarke Energy has reached the important milestone of 4 gigawatts (4 GW) of installed generation capacity.  Clarke Energy has reached the milestone of 4 GW of installed capacity in its 25th year of operation. 4 GW is the equivalent of 10.5 million homes[1] These power plants include both renewable and low carbon…

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Tags: CHP, Clarke

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