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Anaerobic digestion trade body expands its Advisory Board

Anaerobic digestion trade body expands its Advisory Board

The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) has increased the number of members to its Advisory Board from 14 to 20 to better reflect the different aspects of developing, building and operating anaerobic digestion (AD) projects. The role of the leading figures within the Advisory Board is to steer ADBA’s strategic policy direction and ensure the association is focussed on tackling the issues that matter most to the industry.

The new appointees to the Advisory Board are:

Jonathan Croley/Brian Farrell, Ashfords
Martin Johnson, Biogen
Mark Sacker, Birch Solutions
Dr Ruben Sakrabani, Cranfield Soil & Agrifood Institute
David McKee, Granville Ecopark
Charles Ward, New Stream Renewables

They join existing members:

Avril Banks, Agrikomp UK
David Hurren, Air Liquide
Nigel Lee, Amur
Terence Brownhill, Consultant
Tina Hawke, Cadent Gas
Johan Östlund, CooperÖstlund
Kathy Nicholls/Mat Davies, Environment Agency
Thomas Minter, Malaby Biogas
Carl Gurney, Marsh Commercial
Graham Southall, Northumbrian Water
Chris Winward, Privilege Finance
Alan Midwinter, Scotia Gas Networks (SGN)
Neil Liddell-Young, Severn Trent Green Power
Angie Bywater, University of Southampton

We are delighted to welcome these new members to our Advisory Board“, said Charlotte Morton, ADBA Chief Executive. “Their combined expertise in areas such as digestate, R&I, regulations, finance, energy trading and training/best practice will be invaluable in guiding our activities in support of the UK AD industry. Our now 20-strong Board is very strong indeed and we are very grateful to all our Advisory Board members for their commitment and contribution to our policy, best practice and analysis work. We greatly benefit from their experience.”

For further information, contact:
Jocelyne Bia, Senior Communications Consultant
email: Jocelyne.bia@adbioresources.org ; tel: 00 44 7910 878510

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Notes to Editors:

  • About ADBA
    The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) is the trade association for the UK anaerobic digestion (AD) and biogas industry. ADBA’s vision is to see the full potential of the UK AD industry realised so it can help the UK achieve its emissions targets and other policy goals, creating a truly circular economy. www.adbioresources.org
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