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The Different Colours of Hydrogen

It is likely that both hydrogen and biomethane will play vital roles in reaching global decarbonisation targets. Although commonly perceived as competitive fuels, hydrogen and biomethane are compatible and can be mutually beneficial: working together to reach net zero targets.…

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RHI amendments: ADBA’s key asks adopted

BEIS has released their response to last year’s important consultation “Non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive: ensuring a sustainable scheme”, adopting several of ADBA’s key asks. The government sought to gain insight into how best to streamline the RHI for its remaining…

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The energy white paper –
BEIS’ strategy to deliver net zero

Shortly before Christmas, the government’s department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) released their much anticipated ‘Energy White Paper: Powering our net zero future’. White papers serve to outline a government’s proposals for future legislation. This paper, as its…

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CCC’s publishes its 6th carbon budget

The Climate Change Committee (CCC) last week released its monumental report “The Sixth Carbon Budget: The UK’s Path to Net Zero”, which explores five different scenarios that could successfully deliver the government’s carbon neutrality target by 2050. The report’s favoured…

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ADBA’s response to the Green Gas Levy Consultation

Following valuable insight from our members, ADBA submitted its response to BEIS’ open consultation “Proposals for a Green Gas Levy” last week. The consultation detailed the government’s plan for the Green Gas Levy’s (GGL) design and implementation – an overview…

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Government’s Comprehensive Spending Review: ADBA’s response

ABDA recently responded to HM Treasury’s Comprehensive Spending Review (CSR). Carried out once every three years, the review presents an opportunity for representative bodies to propose new or improved policies capable of delivering the government’s various targets. These policy suggestions…

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RTFO buy-out price increase to 50p/litre confirmed

This week, the Department for Transport (DfT) confirmed that it will increase the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation’s (RTFO) buy-out price from 30p/litre to 50p/litre, to help protect the scheme’s annual carbon savings and support producers of biomethane and other low carbon fuels.…

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