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ADBA welcomes priority for climate change

  The green gas association ADBA has welcomed the emphasis in the Labour, Liberal Democrat manifestoes on tackling climate change through rapid growth of renewables and pressed the new Energy and Climate Change Secretary to implement its ten point programme…

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Biogas in the UK election manifestos

What is there at this election for the ADBA members and the biogas industry in general? In short, there is no mention of biogas or anaerobic digestion, but there are a several policies that could form an improved base for…

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ADBA meets with Shadow Ministers ahead of General Election

For the anaerobic digestion (AD) and broader sustainable energy sectors, the upcoming General Election presents an exciting opportunity for fresh political engagement. The Conservative Party's focus on a few technologies, such as hydrogen and nuclear, has overshadowed a diversified approach…

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Highlights from ADBA 2024 Scottish Conference

Anaerobic digestion (AD) took centre stage in Aberdeen on 23rd May 2024 as ADBA's Scottish National Conference gathered industry leaders from across the country to discuss the sector’s vital role in achieving Scotland's net-zero ambitions.   The conference kickstarted with ADBA…

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GGSS deadline extension comes into force !

The UK government has announced key changes to the Green Gas Support Scheme (GGSS) that will provide a significant boost to the anaerobic digestion (AD) industry. On 15th May, the GGSS (Amendment) Regulations 2024 were laid before the Parliament, and…

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ADBA responds to the GGSS Tariff Review Consultation 

On 27th May 2024, ADBA submitted its official response to the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero's (DESNZ) consultation on the annual tariff review for the Green Gas Support Scheme (GGSS). This consultation provided an important opportunity for ADBA…

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GGSS deadline extension coming into force soon!

The Green Gas Support Scheme (Amendment) Regulations 2024 were laid before parliament on 15 May and are expected to come into force on 4 June. From that date, applicants and participants will be able to benefit from the changes to…

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