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How to align reporting periods on the RHI and FIT

With the introduction of feedstock restrictions for new plants registering onto the Feed-in Tariff and sustainability criteria reporting from 1 May 2017, many ADBA members reported to us that much of the data and processes used to produce these reports was…

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ADBA makes the case for better FIT support

Today we submitted our response to DECC’s consultation on the Feed-in Tariff. You can download our full response here. Thank you to all our members who participated in the process, took part in the webinars and shared evidence. Below are some of…

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FIT tariff review: plan of action

The Feed-in-Tariff review, released last week, proposes to remove generation tariff support for plants above 500kW, degress tariffs for 0-250kW plants to 5.98p/kWh and 250-500kW plants to 5.52p/kWh from January 2017, and introduce sustainability criteria (for new projects from 1 January 2017…

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ADBA presents views on sustainable bioenergy to EC

As part of the European Commission’s Energy Union strategy a new bioenergy sustainability policy for post 2020 is being developed. The new policy would impact the AD industry with possible changes to: sustainability criteria; soil, water and air quality standards;…

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