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Welcome our new Policy Analysts – Who to reach out to!

Recently we welcomed 2 new Policy and Market Analysts to the ADBA team; Wasundara Doradeniya and Joanna Goad. They will mainly be engaging with policy advisors from different government departments to keep on top of the upcoming policy development relevant to each sector. Alongside this, they will also support the members with enquiries in their respective areas while maintaining the AD database. Wasundara and Jo will also lead the coordination of several working groups, while also supporting our Lead Analyst, Leanne Williams, in a range of areas.  

Wasundara and her focus at ADBA  

Wasundara is an Environmental Sciences and Policy graduate from the Central European University, who joined us after finishing her internship at the Climate and Clean Air Coalition of the UN Environment Programme this Spring. With her experience in data and policy analysis in the methane and waste sectors, she now concentrates on the ‘Energy and Climate’ section of the ADBA. Apart from that, her work also focuses on areas including, 

  • Biomethane for Heat 
  • Biomethane for Transport 
  • Decarbonisation of heat 
  • Decarbonisation of transport 
  • Heat Networks 
  • New Industry Relevant Grants 
  • Electricity (SEG) & CHP 
  • CCUS (Carbon capture, utilisation and storage) 
  • Biotechnology/biorefinery 
  • Biogas yield innovation 

Joanna (Jo) and her focus at ADBA 

After finishing her Bachelor’s in Geography from the University of Cambridge, Jo joined the ADBA team as a Policy and Market Analyst focusing on the ‘Agriculture and Environment’ sections of the association. While this is her main focus, her work also expands into other areas including but not limited to; 

  • Circular Economy and collection and treatment of waste feedstocks 
  • Decarbonisation of waste management 
  • Decarbonisation of agriculture 
  • Sustainable bioenergy crops 
  • Feedstock innovation 
  • Soil health and digestate as a quality product 
  • Digestate innovation 
  • Clean air regulations and environmental regulations 

Jo is leading the coordination of the ADBA working groups, ‘Carbon intensity of biogas’, ‘Small on-farm AD’, ‘Sustainable bioenergy crops’, ‘Wastewater’, and ‘Food waste’. If you have any questions or suggestions related to them, Jo will be available to assist. 

For any enquiries on these respective sectors, you can reach out to;  

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