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Image for ADBA changes name to reflect wider bioresources remit
ADBA has dropped biogas from its title to become the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association.
Image for Biogen becomes first producer of certified biofertiliser in Wales
The GwyriAD anaerobic digestion (AD) plant in Caernafon has become the first in Wales to achieve certification under the Biofertiliser Certification Scheme (BCS).
Image for Renewable Energy Association calls for more RDF use in the UK
More support for energy from waste technologies such as gasification and pyrolysis should be provided to ensure more RDF remains in the UK, according to the Renewable Energy Association (REA).
Image for Commercial wood heating industry reaches 1GW milestone
Installed capacity of modern wood heating systems receiving the non-domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) has broken through the 1GW milestone.
Image for Government not doing enough to support innovation in low carbon technologies, say MPs
MPs on the Energy and Climate Change Committee has said the Government is punching below its weight when it comes to developing low carbon technologies.
Image for New PAS 110 criteria for anaerobic digestion allows for ‘pig poo’ comparison
An updated PAS 110 specification has been launched for anaerobic digestion plants.
Image for Veolia to integrate Dalkia in the UK
The energy services business Dalkia is to be fully integrated into the Veolia group in the UK.
Image for Waste wood power plant gets planning permission
Stockton Council has granted planning permission for a 49MW power station at Port Clarence in the north east that will be fuelled by waste wood.
Image for Anaerobic digestion and advanced conversion technologies to get bigger part of contracts for difference budget
The Department of Energy & Climate Change has revealed the total budget for the contracts for difference scheme and anaerobic digestion and advanced conversion technologies are among the main beneficiaries.
Image for Sainsbury store to be powered only from Biffa anaerobic digestion plant
An anaerobic digestion plant owned by Biffa will be providing the energy to a Sainsbury’s store in Cannock, Staffordshire.
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