ADBA Welcomes Extension of RHI Tariff Guarantee Deadline Deadline for tariff guarantee extended to 31st January 2021 by BEIS Major campaigning win for coordinated ADBA and industry efforts After an intensive campaign on behalf of the anaerobic digestion industry,…
Responding to the publication of the Committee on Climate Change's (CCC's) new report calling for the UK to set a net-zero target for 2050, Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive of the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association, said: "The UK's anaerobic digestion (AD) industry fully supports the Committee on Climate Change's call for net zero emissions by 2050, which is a vital target to ensure we avoid the worst effects of climate change."
May 2019 will see Malaby Biogas celebrating the 7th anniversary of operations.
The trade body for the UK’s anaerobic digestion (AD) industry has called on the government to introduce a bespoke low-carbon Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme to support small-scale renewable technologies on the day the Feed-In Tariff (FIT) has ended.
ADBA Chief Executive Charlotte Morton was quoted in an article in the Financial Times last week following the Chancellor's announcement that the government will seek to increase the amount of green gas injected into the gas grid.
Applications are now open for the new role of Chairperson at the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA), the UK’s trade body for anaerobic digestion (AD).
Applications are now open for the AD & Biogas Industry Awards 2019, taking place on 3rd July at the National Exhibition Centre in Birmingham, UK.
Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive of the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA), discusses how ADBA will celebrate its tenth anniversary with the appointment of a new Chairperson and what the organics recycling industry can look forward to in the coming decade.
As members may have heard Charlotte announce at the ADBA National Conference 2018 back in December, ADBA is in the process of recruiting a Chairperson to lead the association into its second decade and help deliver our vision of a world-leading UK AD industry.
Responding to the High Court’s ruling that key aspects of the government’s national planning policy on fracking are unlawful, Charlotte Morton, Chief Executive of the Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association, said: “This ruling tells us what we all already knew: that fracking is not a clean, long-term, or viable solution to meeting our energy needs in the UK."