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Image for European renewable energy industry calls for 2030 target
The European renewable energy industry has written to European Parliament president Martin Schulz, EU energy ministers and the EU energy and climate commissioners to call for a legally binding 2030 renewable energy target.
Image for Biofuels will reduce road emissions says study
A study undertaken by Element Energy has said that blending biofuels with conventional fuels will lead to significant emissions reductions for road transport.
Image for CellMark Waste to Energy UK appointed agent to supply RDF to Sweden
Halmstad Energi och Miljö (HEM) has appointed CellMark Waste to Energy UK as the exclusive agent in the UK and Ireland for the supply of refuse derived fuel (RDF) to its facility in Sweden.
Image for ENER-G launches funded anaerobic digestion solution for processing industries
Anaerobic digestion (AD) technology is being made available at no capital cost to a range of manufacturing industries.
Image for Green New Deal Group sets out its plans to “detoxify” UK economy
Almost five years after the collapse of bank Lehman Brothers, a group of environmental campaigners and economists has set out its National Plan for the UK economy.
Image for REA urges MEPs to support biofuels industry in key EU vote
The Renewable Energy Association has made a plea to Members of the European Parliament to vote against European proposals for a cap on agricultural biofuels.
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Find out about SEPA revoking Scotgen permit, planning permission for BH Energy Gap in Walsall, Cradle-to-Cradle demonstrator in East London, CIWEM calls for more MBT, and judicial review into Yorkshire PFI deals, plus a look ahead to next week's RWM
Image for Four Yorkshire Councils secure permission for judicial review
Judicial reviews into withdrawn PFI credits for four Yorkshire councils have been granted.
Image for Defra publishes AD progress report
There are 110 anaerobic digestion plants in the UK according to Defra with another 200 having planning permission.
Image for CIWEM wants more MBT to provide more SRF and RDF in the UK
The Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management (CIWEM) has published a new policy position on mechanical biological treatment (MBT) in which it calls for more to be done to keep the material from facilities in the UK.
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