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Ofgem rejects proposals to reduce biomethane regulation; looks for other options

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Ofgem have rejected the Energy Networks Association (ENA) proposals for Reducing Costs and Removing Barriers for Low Flow Entry Sites, which would have reduced some of the regulatory burdens around CV measurement and reporting for biomethane sites.  The two ‘change’ choices proposed in the consultation document…

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Tags: biomethane, biomethane to grid, Ofgem, ENA, biomethane campaign, biogas, anaerobic digestion, Matt Hindle

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Biomethane to Grid Working Group Summary

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ADBA's Biomethane to Grid Working Group met in London on 8 June. With work underway towards the new government's spending review, the future of the RHI topped the agenda this meeting. We started by discussing the upcoming 5% biomethane degression and moved onto a paper that ADBA is developing on…

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Tags: biomethane to grid working group, biomethane to grid, Ofgem, gas distribution network, RHI, spending review, RHI degression, biomethane, biomethane in transport, biomethane injection, DfT, DECC, sustainability criteria, ENA, will bushby, Matt Hindle, Ollie More, consultation

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Biomethane campaign: consultation on reducing CV measurement regulation nears

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Last week I represented ADBA at a meeting of the biomethane campaign we founded with ENA to break down regulatory barriers to the biomethane to grid market.  The main focus of the meeting was to discuss an upcoming consultation on options for calorific value (CV) regulation at biomethane to…

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Tags: biomethane, RHI, biomethane campaign, ENA, Ofgem, Matt Hindle, DECC, food waste operators, crop operators

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Biomethane campaign moves forward on data requirements

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The biomethane campaign group, which we founded with the Energy Networks Association, met last week to discuss work that the gas networks are taking forward to improve access for biomethane developers. Ofgem consultation Ofgem’s Duncan Carter updated the group on progress towards their forthcoming consultation. The technical report on…

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Tags: biomethane, biomethane campaign, biomethane to grid, ENA, GDNs, Matt Hindle, Ofgem, regulation, siloxanes

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Biomethane campaign meeting next week as Ofgem consultation nears

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The Biomethane Campaign group which we established with the Energy Networks Association to break down barriers to gas to grid is meeting next week. After this meeting I will be able to provide an update on progress towards Ofgem’s consultation on technical standards for CV measurement and requirements…

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Tags: biomethane, biomethane campaign, biomethane to grid, EMIB, ENA, Matt Hindle, Ofgem

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Biomethane regulation moves forward

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Earlier this week I was at the latest meeting of the biomethane campaign group which we established with the Energy Networks Association. The group heard important updates from Ofgem on progress towards reducing some of the regulatory restrictions identified by EMIB, and discussed a consultation on new CEN standards for…

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Tags: biomethane, biomethane campaign, biomethane to grid, ENA, gas-to-grid, Matt Hindle, Ofgem, regulation

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Biomethane campaign: progress on EMIB recommendations

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The latest meeting of the biomethane ‘campaign’ group, set up by ADBA and the Energy Networks Association (ENA), was held at ENA’s London offices this week. The group aims to break down barriers to biomethane, partly by following up on Energy Market Issues in Biomethane (EMIB) group recommendations. This…

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Tags: biomethane, biomethane campaign, EMIB, ENA, Matt Hindle, Ofgem

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Industry welcomes new guide to anaerobic digestion

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Launching the first edition of ADBA’s Practical Guide to AD – the first complete reference tool for those developing and operating anaerobic digestion (AD) facilities in the UK –at the industry’s annual exhibition, UK AD & Biogas 2013, Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive, ADBA,…

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Tags: BHA, Charlotte Morton, CLA, EA, ENA, Practical Guide to AD, UK AD & Biogas, UK AD & Biogas 2013, Wrap

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Biogas to become 'business as usual' says energy chief

This year the UK’s biggest dedicated anaerobic digestion (AD) and biogas event, UK AD & Biogas 2013 (3-4 July, NEC), will highlight the significant contribution that anaerobic digestion and biogas can provide to securing the UK’s energy supply as a truly renewable source of biomethane. Free to attend, this…

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Tags: ENA, energy security, UK AD & Biogas

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Prince of Wales to open UK's first commercial scale gas-to-grid project

ADBA AND ENA JOINT PRESS RELEASE The Prince of Wales will open the new anaerobic digester and biomethane to grid plant at Rainbarrow Farm, Poundbury, Dorset today [21 Nov]. The plant – owned and operated by J V Energen, a joint venture between local farmers and the Duchy of Cornwall …

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Tags: biomethane, Charlotte Morton, David Smith, ENA, gas-to-grid, Poundbury, Prince of Wales, SGN

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