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ADBA features on BBC Panorama programme on Climate Change

ADBA's Chief Executive Charlotte Morton joined BBC reporter Justin Rowlatt on a tour of Biogen's Rushden AD plant as part of the BBC Panorama programme on Climate Change broadcast on 14th October 2019.  She explains the role that AD can play towards achieving net zero emissions in…

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ADBA joins global strike to demand action on climate change

Today, 20th September 2019, staff from the UK Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) took part in the global climate strike called by environmental activist Greta Thunberg to put pressure on world government to address the climate emergency affecting the planet.  This follows from the young people's march in…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, climate strike, climate change, climate emergency, net zero

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Meeting with the Department for International Trade

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Yesterday, Rebecca Thompson, our Senior Policy Manager, met with the Renewable Energy leads at the Department for International Trade (DIT) to discuss ADBA’s vision for the future of the industry. They discussed outcomes from the industry workshop held in June at DIT and the importance of supporting the…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biomethane, renewable financial incentives, biogas, government support, government, net zero, rebecca thompson, department for international trade, export, policy, climate change

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The Rural Community Energy Fund has re-opened, and has moved Department

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The Rural Community Energy Fund (RCEF) is a £10 million programme which supports rural communities in England to develop renewable energy projects. Anaerobic Digestion has a huge potential to provide energy security to communities, with clean energy supplied by nature. AD projects can deliver significant economic and social benefits to…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, Defra, beis, digestate, R&D, UK AD & Biogas, biomethane, biogas, renewable financial incentives, Rural Community Renewable Energy Fund, rural economy, agricultural, farm AD, farm income, Community AD, funding, funding opportunity, rebecca thompson, agriculture policy, net zero, NFU, community energy england, england, manure management, manure treatment

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UKEF support to fossil fuels questioned in the House of Commons

House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee has presented the UK Export Finance (UKEF) 19th Report covering the period 2017-2019 to the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee. UKEF is UK’s export credit agency. The report critics the high level of support for fossil fuel energy projects, £2.5…

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CCC report considers achievable zero emissions by 2050

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Today the CCC has published its report on carbon neutrality, which calls for net zero emissions by 2050, to end the UK’s contribution to global warming and fully meet the country commitments under the Paris Agreement. The report acknowledges the different starting point for Wales and Scotland, the latter…

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Tags: CCC, net zero, anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, alberto rocamora

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PRESS STATEMENT: Anaerobic digestion industry responds to CCC net zero report

Responding to the publication of the Committee on Climate Change's (CCC's) new report calling for the UK to set a net-zero target for 2050, Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive of the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association, said: "The UK's anaerobic digestion (AD) industry fully supports the Committee on Climate Change's call for net…

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Tags: press release, anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, Charlotte Morton, committee on climate change, net zero

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