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Press Release: Deadline extension for RHI Tariff Guarantee Regulation

Charlotte Morton, CEO of the UK Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA), said: “Given the urgent need to decarbonise heat, this is a welcome move, and should provide the opportunity to get a few more biomethane plants built to help green the gas grid. Now we need government to focus on what happens after January 2021, so that the industry can start to plan.
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ADBA Policy Report – April 2019

The UK AD industry hit an exciting milestone this spring as the 100th biomethane plant connected to the grid, a huge achievement. With 28 new biomethane projects already having been granted Tariff Guarantees since last year’s changes to the Renewable…

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AD & Bioresources News – Issue 42, Winter 2018

Foreword: P3 View from the Top: P4 Policy News: P5-7 ADBA National Conference 2018 - Preview: P8 Special Report: Natural Fertiliser Files: P9-15 Waste in Westminster: P17 ADBA News: P18-19 What local authorities need to know about recycling food waste:…

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ADBA Policy Report – October 2018

With the government's long-awaited Resources & Waste Strategy expected to be published in November, we have made this edition of the ADBA Policy Report a Food Waste Special. Chapter 5 contains the latest on food waste policy and the work…

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ADBA Market Report – July 2018

The AD industry breathed a huge sigh of relief on 22nd May when, at 10am, biomethane producers were finally able to apply for Tariff Guarantees to the Renewable Heat Incentive, at an increased tariff rate. A year and a half…

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AD & Bioresources News – Issue 40, June 2018

Foreword: P3 View from the Top: P4 ADBA News: P5-6 Best Practice Matters: P7 Devolved Administrations: P8 Operator & Working Groups: P9 Feature: Global Foodwaste Collections: P10-15 AD & Biogas Industry Awards 2018 Preview: P22-23 UK AD and World Biogas…

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ADBA Policy Report – April 2018

There are now 609 AD plants in operation in the UK, up from 547 this time last year. Total industry capacity is now at 813 MWe-equivalent1, across both the electricity and biomethane-to-grid sectors.  

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