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Biomethane in EU transport policy beyond 2020

Later this year the European Commission (EC) will review its sustainability policy and update the Renewable Energy Directive (2009/28/EC), with implications for policies to support biomethane in transport.  This is part of the European Union’s general decarbonisation strategy. For the…

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Green gas vital to UK carbon abatement

In the wake of a “historic” agreement reached at the Paris Climate Change conference, with a commitment to keep global temperatures well below 20C, the UK government’s revised green gas strategy could place anaerobic digestion (AD) at the heart of…

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ADBA to attend transport meeting next week

Next week I will be representing ADBA members in a workshop hosted by the Department for Transport, looking at their models and assumptions for renewable transport fuels. You can see the department’s initial thoughts by downloading a slide pack here.…

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Energy for Future Transport survey

The LowCVP are conducting a short survey to help inform discussions on The Energy for Future Transport at their annual conference next week. They are seeking to understand the views of experts and informed stakeholders on the vehicles and fuels…

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LowCVP launches “Low Emission Van Guide”

The LowCVP has launched a Low Emission Van Guide and a web tool for operators interested in reducing running costs while also cutting their carbon emissions and impact on local air quality. The van market is the fastest growing sector…

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Industry recognises food waste’s role in green cities

ADBA’s second dinner debate formed a consensus on the substantial potential of food waste as a vital resource for greener, smarter city designs. Held in central London under Chatham House Rule, the debate included leaders from AD operators, waste collection…

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