First Signs of Government Intent on Climate Change Following Brexit 30.06.2016 13:14 Anaerobic Digestion & Renewable Energy Industries Welcome UK Carbon Budget Decision In the wake Brexit the UK government has today confirmed the Committee on Carbon Change’s recommended carbon budget, laying out a 57% reduction in carbon emissions from 1990 levels during 2027-32. read more … Organisation Working With Members on “Strong Response” 26.05.2016 13:41 ADBA Chief Executive Scorns UK Government’s Anaerobic Digestion Consultation Charlotte Morton, chief executive of ADBA, Responds to the UK government's consultation on the Feed-in Tariff for anaerobic digestion… read more … ADBA Analyses Ofgem Figures on FIT Deployment 18.05.2016 14:02 New Feed-in-Tariffs Hampering Anaerobic Digestion Development in UK The revised Feed-in Tariffs (FITs) available to new anaerobic digestion plants could be even more heavily restricted than first thought, according to an analysis of Ofgem figures by the UK’s Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association. read more … MPs Urged to Back More Agricultural Biogas Development 01.03.2016 14:18 Farmers Descend on Parliament to Back UK Anaerobic Digestion Industry The UK’s anaerobic digestion industry has been championed at an event in parliament today attended by nearly 150 farmers and around 90 MPs and Peers. read more … Food Waste Collections Also Under the Spotlight 12.02.2016 11:53 WRAP led Project to Examine Recycling Collections in England Moves to Phase II The UK’s Waste & Resources Action Programme has begun the second phase of its cross industry project to examine ways to bring greater consistency to household waste and recycling collections in England. read more … ADBA: Need to Apply Same Principle to Whole Country 05.01.2016 14:26 UK Parliament to Send On-Site Food Waste to Anaerobic Digestion The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA) has welcomed the representative for the House of Commons Commission, Tom Brake MP’s response to a recent Parliamentary Question about Parliament’s own food waste disposal strategy. read more … Lack of Ambition at 20 MW New Capacity Per Year a Concern 17.12.2015 11:56 DECC Decision on Biogas FIT Scheme Welcomed by Industry The UK government’s Department for Energy & Climate Change has published its response to the Feed in Tariff review consultation, which includes a commitment to re-introduce pre-accreditation for anaerobic digestion to the scheme. read more …
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