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Innovation within anaerobic digestion

The motivated shift to enhance and tighten the circular economy has caused diversification in technologies and attracted substantial investment. The journey to a waste neutral country presents many significant challenges. With challenge comes cost and a requirement for innovation; innovation which…

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Your ADBA Membership Renewal

Dear colleagues,   I hope you’re well. As you may know, our new membership year is fast approaching. So I am contacting you to ensure you are aware of the ADBA membership renewals process and to remind you of our…

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ADBA – Achievements and Visions

Dear members,   It’s Maddie here again at ADBA – the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association. We recently e-mailed you about “getting the most out of your ADBA membership.” Here is a link to that message forAD plant operators, developers,…

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AD & Bioresources News – Issue 51, Summer 2021

The latest edition of AD & Bioresources News is now available, featuring: 'Carbon capture and utilisation' and the need for a Net Zero minister ADBA declaration on climate change delivered to Prime Minister Methane holds the key to halting climate…

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The ins and outs of the Green Gas Support Scheme

BEIS recently released the policy design for the upcoming Green Gas Support Scheme, set to bring an estimated £150m per year into the AD industry. So ADBA hosted an information session on 11th June to review the policy's intent, eligibility and regulation. As government continue to work on the scheme's finer detail, members will have the opportunity to feedback and highlight any key considerations capable of improving policy design. ADBA analyst, Dr Nick Primmer, also presented some cost analysis, comparing support available from RHI and GGSS schemes. Agenda: Moderator - Dr Nick Primmer, ADBA GGSS policy design – Will Lord, BEIS GGSS Administration – Chris Jackson, Ofgem GGSS Digital Solution – Max Carter, Ofgem Presentations and videos: To download the presentations and watch the videos, you need to log-in.
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