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Feed the 5000 with crops grown using AD biofertiliser

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Today (16 October) Agriculture ministers from around the world are meeting in Rome to mark World Food Day, and discuss this year’s theme ‘Agricultural cooperatives – key to feeding the world’. ADBA calls for agriculture ministers to…

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Developing a strategy for biomethane in vehicles

An interesting report this week from NGV Global News: Stockholm City runs half its municipal vehicles on biomethane. Sweden itself upgrades half of the 1,473 GWh of biogas produced in the country to biomethane for transport. If we can learn…

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Tackle blackouts and price hikes with biogas

ADBA PRESS RELEASE ADBA’s chief executive calls for government to remember our best source of unconventional gas, following Osborne’s speech proposing a generous tax regime for shale gas at the Conservative Party Conference yesterday (8 October) and the release of…

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ADBA member Geotech upgrades its BIOGAS 5000

ADBA MEMBER PRESS RELEASE Users of Geotech’s portable biogas analyser can now upgrade to the latest, time-saving firmware with a free internet download. The upgraded unit provides the simplest possible means of taking routine readings of the key gases, particularly…

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ADBA responds to RO announcement

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Responding to the DECC announcement that ROCs will remain available to new AD projects below 5 MW, Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive, ADBA: ADBA strongly welcomes this announcement, which will give confidence to anaerobic digestion plants which rely…

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RO remains open to AD

DECC has today announced that, contrary to previous proposals, the Renewables Obligation will remain open to anaerobic digestion at all scales for the foreseeable future. In their response to the consultation on the RO on 25 July 2012, the department…

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