Tag: Propanation

Future Billing Methodology: consultation response aims for 108 TWh by 2050

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The Future Billing Methodology is an Ofgem funding 'proof of concept' project looking into the Flow Weighted Average Calorific Value (FWACV) billing regime to investigate the impact of the injection of volumes of gas with calorific values (CV) that are significantly higher or lower than the prevailing FWACV on…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biomethane, food waste operators, crop operators, future billing methodology, fwacv, propanation, propane, calorific value, thom koller

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Future Billing Methodology: reducing gas to grid costs

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ADBA has now submitted its response to National Grid Gas Distribution and DNV GL's consultation on the Future Billing Methodology. You may download our final response here. Thank you to all the members who got in touch to help shape our submission. Our response supports the project in…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biomethane, consultation, propanation, future billing methodology, crop operators, food waste operators, propane, calorific value, thom koller

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An end to propanation?

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The Future Billing Methodology consultation taking place is a Gas Network Innovation Competition project to explore future billing options for the gas industry. National Grid Gas Distribution and DNV GL are consulting on industry views. The consultation runs until 14 April, and you could read our draft response here. …

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biomethane, consultation, propanation, future billing methodology, food waste operators, crop operators, thom koller, propane, calorific value

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Biomethane to Grid - Future Billing Methodology

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The Future Billing Methodology is a Gas Network Innovation Competition project to explore future billing options for the gas industry. With 83% of GB homes currently heated by gas, alternatives such as biomethane are crucial to support the move to low carbon energy, ensuring the least cost and inconvenience for end…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biomethane, future billing methodology, calorific value, propanation, propane, food waste operators, crop operators, thom koller

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