As members may have heard Charlotte announce at the ADBA National Conference 2018 back in December, ADBA is in the process of recruiting a Chairperson to lead the association into its second decade and help deliver our vision of a world-leading UK AD industry.
Responding to the Chancellor's Spring Statement, Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive of the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association, said: “The UK’s green gas industry strongly welcomes the government’s commitment to increasing the proportion of green gas in the grid in order to decarbonise the UK’s heat supply, and we look forward to more detail on this in the promised consultation as soon as possible."
The technology group Wärtsilä has been given Notice to Proceed for a Liquid biogas (bioLNG) plant to be built in Asker, Norway.
On Red Nose Day 2019, Friday 15th March, the UK’s biggest ever red nose will be created when the domed digester tank of a biogas plant is lit up red, at Grange Farm Energy in Spridlington, Lincolnshire.
HRS Heat Exchangers has been recognised as one of the UK’s top 200 fastest-growing firms for international sales.
A Shropshire dairy farmer/AD operator remembers the day when his sorrow turned to joy over what he thought was a faulty flowmeter – only to later discover that it was the output created by a new slurry pump that had sent readings soaring to numbers previously not recorded by the site’s instrumentation.
Responding to the High Court’s ruling that key aspects of the government’s national planning policy on fracking are unlawful, Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive of the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association, said: “This ruling tells us what we all already knew: that fracking is not a clean, long-term, or viable solution to meeting our energy needs in the UK."
Biogas plants can now extract more value from waste following the launch of the world’s first in-situ 3-in-1 biogas measurement instrument.
Shell has agreed to acquire Limejump Ltd, a UK based energy technology company.
The operator of a crop-fed biogas plant has seen its energy output double in just six months following an overhaul of the digester biology by anaerobic digestion (AD) experts FM BioEnergy.