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Latest COVID-19 update for Businesses and Employers

Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Businesses and Employers Bulletin This bulletin provides information for employers and businesses on Coronavirus (COVID-19). All guidance, information and announcements can be found at GOV.UK. Organisations should pay particular attention to the guidance for employees, employers and businesses which is being updated regularly with the latest…

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Tags: covid-19, corona virus, anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, food waste operators, crop operators, RHI, food waste, consultation, beis, UK AD & Biogas, Ofgem, digestate, R&D, rebecca thompson, critical worker

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Prime Minister confirms a successor to the RHI in the pipeline

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In last week’s Prime Minister’s Questions, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has confirmed that the Government is looking into successor arrangements for the non-Domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI). Answering to Alex Chalk MP’s question on the necessity for a successor of the incentive, Boris reassured…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biomethane, RHI, R&D, financial incentives, budget, brexit, prime minister

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Weekly update from ADBA’S Technical Support Manager

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Weekly update from ADBA’S Technical Support Manager HSE – WISH – CHW Recently I attended the Health and Safety Executive’s forum WISH-CHW, which brings together HSE, private companies and industry bodies. General Election ‘purdah’, again hampered conversations. The CHW (Creating Healthier, Safer Workplaces) is…

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Tags: environmental regulation, sam hinton, SEPA, R&D, HSE

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New AD innovation is looking for a full scale site following a sucessful pilot. Could this be you?

ADBA have been approached by a new AD technology provider. The new technology has been trialled in Israel on a 100 head herd of cattle and claims to improve on conventional AD. The technology initally started as a water purification technique in Israel until its potential in AD was recognised. The…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, slurry, innovation, biomethane, RHI, RTFO, sam hinton, R&D

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Expert workshop – Innovations in sustainable bioenergy feedstocks

The workshop was organised by Ricardo and run with BEIS to explore how innovations could increase; supply, profitability, reduce risk, and allow crops to be grown in a wider range of conditions and improve harvesting or planting techniques for bioenergy. The workshop tended to focus on GHG accounting current and…

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Tags: sam hinton, anaerobic digestion, bioenergy, energy crops, digestate, future feedstock, R&D, beis, crop operators

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Member Press Release - LOWER COSTS, FEWER MALFUNCTIONS: SWITCHING TO LIQUID FEEDING IN IRELAND

MEMBER PRESS RELEASE LOWER COSTS, FEWER MALFUNCTIIONS: SWITCHING TO LIQUID FEEDING IN IRELAND Biogas is an important component in today’s mix of energy sources in many industrialised countries, and has huge future potential in Ireland. Ongoing developments in the renewable energy sector are placing new demands on biogas…

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Where is AD going? An insight into the potential of AD applications and new technology

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Fascinating day at the BEIS funded BioGrid talks and lab tours at the University of South Wales.

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biomethane, R&D

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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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PRESS RELEASE: Shortlist announced for global biogas awards

Date: 31st May 2019 Embargo: Immediate Shortlist announced for global biogas awards Awards Ceremony will recognise innovation and excellence in all aspects of anaerobic digestion and biogas in the UK and abroad. Winners to be announced at black-tie ceremony on 3rd July in Birmingham. Awards ceremony falls on first night of…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, food waste operators, crop operators, UK AD & Biogas, R&D, Awards, tradeshow

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Member Press Release - POME Dome success for Landia’s biogas digester mixing system in Malaysia

As a growing number of countries move away from lagoon-based systems for the treatment of palm oil mill effluent (POME), Landia has gained an important new order to supply nine of its acclaimed GasMix digester mixing systems for the generation of green energy in Malaysia. Situated less than an hour…

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Waste Policy Round Table Discussion

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On 20 May, Rebecca Thompson, our Senior Policy Manager, spoke at a round table event on the UK’s Waste Policy Landscape facilitated by the Royal Society of Chemistry, focusing on the importance of Anaerobic Digestion in recycling food waste and decarbonising agriculture.

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Tags: food waste, rebecca thompson, food waste policy, agriculture policy, PAS110, Wales, anaerobic digestion, food waste operators, digestate, Defra, R&D

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Latest news and events from the AD Network

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Dear AD Network Members, We have some relevant external events and opportunities to bring to your attention:   The National Biofilms Innovation Centre (NBIC) is holding a Workshop on Biofilm Engineering, Edinburgh, 30th April 2019 The workshop will explore problem areas, unmet needs and opportunities in commercial contexts and will review…

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Tags: R&D, anaerobic digestion

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New reports from IEA Task 37

Task 37 is the Bioenergy Task group of the International Energy Agency (IEA) - a branch of OECD - and is devoted to analysis and dissemination of new advances in science and best practice in anaerobic digestion. It is a valuable resource for any business involved in AD, providing sound science,…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, biomethane, food waste operators, crop operators, research, innovation, iea task 37, R&D, Circular Economy, brewery, farming, thom koller

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What’s on ADBA’s wishlist for 2019?

ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton recently set out ADBA's three key wishes for 2019 in MRW Magazine.

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Tags: Charlotte Morton, anaerobic digestion, food waste, biomethane, heat, bioenergy, R&D

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Anaerobic digestion is huge economic opportunity for UK, ADBA tells Treasury

ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton has this week written to Robert Jenrick MP, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, outlining the economic and environmental benefits of AD. Highlighting the benefits it can bring in renewable heat and power (in the form of biogas), clean transport fuel, and natural fertiliser. In her…

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Tags: anaerobic digestion, biogas, food waste operators, renewable financial incentives, member's press release, food waste, Defra, financial incentives, R&D

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