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Share Your Insights: ADBA is meeting DESNZ soon

In brief; ADBA is meeting DESNZ in the coming weeks, and your input is essential in helping us represent your interests effectively and address industry challenges. Please contact us with any feedback you may have in a matter related to…

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Policy insight: Energy Security Strategy

  Last week, the Government released its British Energy Security Strategy, laying out its plans to increase the domestic production of energy in response to instability of the global energy market (e.g. Ukraine War). The Strategy was seen by many…

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New survey: Benchmarking plant performance

ADBA have launched a new survey to collect AD plant performance data. The survey is comprised of six short questions regarding AD plant’s capacity, feedstock and operational capacity in 2020 and we asking operators and site managers to complete it.…

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Decarbonisation and green finance: HMT review the opportunities

Last week, ADBA responded to the Treasury Committee’s Parliamentary Inquiry, “Decarbonisation and green finance”, emphasising the need for the government to better allocate funds according to the sustainability of all companies’ operations. For the government to deliver net zero by…

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RHI Degression: Biogas tariffs cut 25%; biomethane cut 5%

BEIS released an update of the RHI scheme which states that, on 1st October 2016, tariffs for new biomethane plants will see a degression of 5% and biogas will see a 25% degression as shown below: Technology Category Exisiting Tariff (p/kWh) Degression (%) New…

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AD in Nepal: mitigating blackouts

Innovation doesn’t necessarily need to focus on ground-breaking leaps in research or technology: it can be things in a different way or in a new location. This is true in the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal. The proposal to build an…

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