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Taking a lead on parliamentary scrutiny

Last month ADBA responded to the House of Commons Energy & Climate Change Committee’s request for industry feedback on the scrutiny body’s short and long term priorities.  ADBA was subsequently selected to join a roundtable debate in parliament as one…

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ADBA joins green lobby of Parliament

As part of a lobbying strategy in partnership with other renewable and environmental organisations, Charlotte Morton joined ADBA’s policy team in the House of Commons for a “speed up-dating” event aimed at engaging Members of Parliament from across the political…

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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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ADBA responds to Conservative manifesto

The Conservative party has today published its manifesto.  ADBA’s Chief Executive, Charlotte Morton, commented:  The Conservative manifesto is lukewarm at best on support for the green economy. Anaerobic digestion has enormous potential to support rural employment, improve our energy security…

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ADBA evaluates party manifestos

Each of the main political parties have emphasised their green credentials to varying degrees in recent months. This week has seen each of the parties release their manifesto documents, enabling us to analyse their pledges in more detail. The Labour…

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