Tag: ADBA National Conference

PRESS RELEASE: CCC chief to set out role of AD in meeting Carbon Budgets

Lord Deben to address the ADBA National Conference on 7 December Deben has described AD as ‘essential weapon’ in war on climate change AD can help to decarbonise heat, power, transport, farming, and waste Former Environment Secretary and Chairman of the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) Lord Deben will…

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Tags: ADBA National Conference, commitee on climate change, carbon budgets, anaerobic digestion

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Be vigilant: Scam warning: International Fairs Directory

We have received information that an ongoing scam has emerged once again, under the name International Fairs Directory, formerly known as Expo Guide. This company has once again posted a letter using our name and our ADBA National Conference to request a data update for ADBA members' and ADBA…

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Chair shares views on opportunities in the water sector ahead of ADBA National Conference 2016

Ahead of ADBA National Conference 2016, Graham Southall from V2B Consulting Limited shares some thoughts pertinent to the “How is water sector deregulation changing organic waste markets?” session. Read our interview with him below:   1. With the changing political landscape, how can we build on the UK&rsquo…

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Tags: ADBA National Conference, graham southall, v2b consulting limited, water sector deregulation

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RHI: presentation from conference

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It was great to see so many members at ADBA's National Conference yesterday. Thank you to everyone who attended, and who contributed to the discussions. In my presentation in the biomethane session, I was able to go into a bit more detail on the RHI announcement and how we…

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Tags: ADBA National Conference, RHI, biomethane, DECC, budget cap, consultation, degression mechanism, Matt Hindle, blog, policy

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5th carbon budget advice urges action to decarbonise farming and waste treatment

The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has today heaped pressure on the government increase the pace of carbon abatement, particularly within the farming and waste treatment industries.   The CCC’s fifth carbon budget, covering the period 2028-2032, is aimed at ensuring that the UK remains on course to…

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Tags: press release, committee on climate change, CCC, matthew bell, carbon abatement, co2, waste treatment, farming, GHG emissions, fifth carbon budget, food waste, n2o, methane, manure management, fuel efficiency, fertiliser, fossil fuel emissions, manure, landfill, low-carbon, green energy, feed-in tariff, FIT, ADBA National Conference, Renewable Heat Incentive, RHI, HGV, road emissions, hinkley point c, baseload energy

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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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Amber Rudd backs indigenous gas

Marking a major shift in UK energy policy, the Energy Secretary, Amber Rudd, is today expected to unveil plans to prioritise support for indigenous sources of gas, as she announces the phasing out of coal-fired power stations by 2023. As part of the Department of Energy & Climate Change’s …

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Tags: press release, DECC, government, amber rudd, energy, policy, green gas, indigenous gas, coal-fired power, energy security, baseload energy, renewable, food security, farming resilience, hinkley point c, nuclear, RHI, Autumn Statement, ADBA National Conference, FIT, Charlotte Morton, Derek Sivyer

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Parliamentary report shows green gas heating up

A report published yesterday by the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology (POST), which used data collated from ADBA’s 2015 market report, has shown that seven per cent of the UK’s indigenous gas was supplied by biogas from anaerobic digestion (AD) and landfill gas last year. In 2014,…

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Tags: press release, post, parliamentary office of science and technology, RHI, biomethane, biogas, heat, 2015 market report, indigenous gas, landfill gas, gas-to-grid, natural gas, amber rudd, DECC, government, Minister, spending review, green gas, ADBA National Conference, DfT, SGN, IGEM, Charlotte Morton, Derek Sivyer

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ADBA conference calls for more focus on nutrient recycling

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Speakers in the main debate at the ADBA National Conference today [3 Dec] on ‘Can we afford not to recycle nutrients and organic matter?’ pushed the government to increase focus on the wider benefits of AD alongside energy generation. Chairing the debate Tony Juniper said: “We have pretty…

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Tags: ADBA events, ADBA National Conference, Alan Knight, Circular Economy, Michael Chesshire, nutrient recycling, Patrick Holden, Rembrandt Koppelaar, Tony Juniper

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Chris Huhne highlights "folly" of reducing renewables support ahead of ADBA National Confe

ADBA PRESS RELEASE As the debate around new renewables and the cost of energy hots up, former Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Chris Huhne, will speak on “Perspectives on renewable energies and the cost of energy” at the ADBA National Conference, Westminster, 3 December, two days before the…

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Tags: ADBA National Conference, Chris Huhne, renewable financial incentives, renewables

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Phosphates and food security headline AD industry conference

Echoing the calls from Europe for discussion on the sustainable use of phosphorus the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association announced today [15 Oct] the central theme ‘Can we afford not to recycle phosphates’ for the ADBA National Conference, London (3 Dec). Essential for worldwide food security, phosphorus supplies to Europe are dependent…

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Tags: ADBA National Conference, farming, nutrient recycyling, phosphate

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