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Sustainable Innovation Forum 2020 - Hydrogen, the “Silver Bullet”

7 Years, 35 days, 17 hours… Thursday marked day four of the Sustainable Innovation Forum 2020, which saw a variety of sessions discussing the decarbonisation of the Heavy Industry sector. Kwasi Kwarteng, Minister of State at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, took part in the “Technological Solution for Industrial…

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ADBA Pipeline Feedback Required

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For those of you that may have missed it, last week we ran an Ask ADBA where we talked through our Pipeline document and its’ different sections. Pipeline holds a vast amount of data on operational plants and plants that have been granted planning permission, which includes information…

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Waste Management Plan Consultaiton

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ADBA has responded to the ongoing review of the Waste Management Plan highlighting a number of concerns. The review, undertaken every six years, takes a snapshot of the current state of waste management practices, capacity and sets a blueprint for the future in line with associated legislation, such as the…

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Tags: Energy from Waste, leanne williams, food waste, anaerobic digestion, digestate, Waste Management Plan for England

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ADBA Responds to the Carbon Emissions Tax Consultation

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Last week ADBA responded to the governments’ Carbon Emissions Tax consultation. The main purpose of the consultation is to gather feedback on proposals for how carbon emissions trading will look, post-Brexit. Whilst the UK currently participates in the EU Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS), the upcoming departure from the…

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Tags: eu ets, carbon tax, anaerobic digestion, consultation, carbon emissions, hmrc, carbon leakage

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Parliament Highlights the Importance of Digestate in the Future of the Agriculture Bill

As pressure mounts on the agriculture sector to reduce its environmental impact, farmers will be required to seek innovative ways to cut their GHG emissions. Digestate must play a vital role in achieving those environmental objectives as it replaces carbon-intensive artificial fertilisers. As the UK updates its legislative framework through…

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Tags: digestate, leanne williams, anaerobic digestion, victoria prentis, alan brown, agriculture bill, Defra, Parliament

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