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FIT Guidance Update – Site Clarification

Ofgem have modified the Feed in Tariff (FIT) rules in the 9th version of the guidance document for Renewable Installations. This recent document provides much clearer guidance to developers and communities alike as to what Ofgem consider to be a…

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DECC to change RHI degression forecasting; clarify calculation

As members who have attended our biomethane working groups are aware, DECC have been working on an issue with their biomethane forecasting methodology which could mean plants effectively count twice towards degression. In short, the current methodology effectively assumes that…

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Campaigning for electricity grid access

As you will be aware from my previous blog, we have been working with Forum for the Future on a joint draft response to the Ofgem consultation on quicker, more efficient distribution connections. We are still awaiting the final version,…

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Crop Operators: how you can help demonstrate good practice

With RHI sustainability criteria in place from October, and a Feed-in Tariff review likely to consider similar regulations for electricity plants, bioenergy sustainability is high on the agenda for government and industry. Over the past few years, ADBA has strongly…

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Devil in the detail – the programme for government

Following last year’s Autumn Conservative Party conference I wrote that, regardless of the lack of green rhetoric, for the renewables industry the devil is in the detail. The Government has now set out its legislative stall in the Queen’s Speech…

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Have your say on reducing costs for gas grid connections

The Energy Networks Association (ENA), which represents the Gas Distribution Networks, has released a consultation this week to gather views on reducing the requirements for CV measurement at biomethane sites. ADBA has been closely involved in the pushing for the…

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