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Government publishes draft Environment Bill

The Government has published a draft of its new Environment Bill, which is intended to create legally-binding environmental improvement targets. A new independent Office for Environmental Protection will be established to scrutinise environmental policy and law, investigate complaints and take enforcement…

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Future of renewable heat: A meeting with BEIS

Last week, ADBA’s policy team met with BEIS’s new Commercial Advisor to their Clean Heat Directive, to discuss renewable heat policy post-2021. The Commercial Advisor was particularly interested in the current barriers to AD and understanding how future policy can…

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Preparing for Brexit: available webinars

Are you concerned about the impacts of Brexit on your business? Or, simply looking to be more prepared? ADBA have been in contact with BEIS to help direct members to relevant webinars which may help you. The following outlines the organisations, timings and content of…

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Incentivising gas to grid: tell us what you think!

In last year’s Spring Statement, the Chancellor committed to increasing the proportion of green gas being injected into the gas grid. Today, Rebecca Thompson, our Senior Policy Manager, presented ADBA’s initial thinking on what a policy mechanism to achieve this…

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ADBA comment on Spending Review

ADBA has welcomed elements of the Government’s 1 Year Spending Review, outlined to the House of Commons today (4th September) by the Chancellor, Sajid Javid MP. While, as expected, the 1-year review largely focussed on ensuring the UK is ready…

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ADBA meets with BEIS on RHI closure

Yesterday, our Senior Policy Manager, Rebecca Thompson, met with one of the lead officials at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to discuss the closure of RHI and all things biogas policy. Alongside discussing the technical issues that…

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One-year government spending round announced

Boris' new government has announce that they will be carrying out a short-term spending round to cover the next year, which will be followed by a full Spending Review once Brexit negotiations have been completed. This is to provide financial…

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