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Northern Ireland carbon footprint and the role of AD

The average person's carbon footprint in Northern Ireland is substantially higher than it is for the average person in the rest of the UK, a paper by the Committee on Climate Change (CCC) has shown. The findings show that in 2013, total…

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Northern Ireland RHI: notice of scheme closure

Following the news that the RHI will be closed to new entrants in Northern Ireland, the Department for Energy, Trade and Investment has published a formal notice of scheme closure on its website. This is available here: This means that:…

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Northern Ireland RHI to close from March

The RHI will close to new applications for projects in Northern Ireland from the end of February, if plans proposed by the Energy, Trade and Investment Minister are approved next week.  Earlier this week, it had appeared that if legislation…

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ADBA comments on UK food waste policy

ADBA's Chief Executive, Charlotte Morton, has commented on UK food waste policy for LAWR's May Issue: With a growing world population and over one million people accessing food banks in the UK alone, food is a resource that we cannot…

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Northern Ireland RO support confirmed to 2017

Today the Department of Enterprise, Trade & Investment (DETI) in Northern Ireland published its response to the consultation on proposed ROC banding levels for renewable technologies including AD with a maximum installed capacity of up to 5MW. The response confirms…

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