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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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The Waste Management Plan – Part One

The English Government has now released its latest Waste Management Plan. Reviewed every six years as required by the Waste (England and Wales) Regulations 2011, the plan provides a summary of the amount of waste produced, and the policies  in…

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Challenges and Choice Consultation Outcome

On 25th January 2021 the Environment Agency provided a short summary to the Challenges and Choices Consultation responses. ADBA’s response to the Challenges and Choices Consultation, which was submitted on 24th September 2020 can be found here. The Challenges and…

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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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Cabinet Reshuffle

After months of juggling two key roles within cabinet, Alok Sharma becomes full time President of COP26 climate conference. Following the 2019 elections, Boris Johnson had made Sharma both Business Secretary and President of COP26. Given the sheer scale of…

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January 2021 Consultations

The New Year is well and truly underway now and there are a handful of consultations deadlines throughout January. The consultations to acknowledge and provide ADBA with feedback on are outlined below. By feeding into ADBA you have your say…

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UK ETS Scheme Update

UK ETS Scheme Update   As final deals were made in the lead up to the end of the Brexit Transition Period deadline, the UK government has now set forth its plans for the UK’s Emissions Trading Scheme (UK ETS).…

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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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