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A report from WWF has said that more recycling will be required to support greater use of renewable energy.
Image for Electric vehicle batteries to be reused in large-scale energy storage solution
Japan’s Sumitomo Corporation has developed and installed the world’s first large-scale power storage system that reuses batteries collected from electric vehicles.
Image for REA disappointed by Government u-turn on biogas Feed-in Tariff review
The Renewable Energy Association (REA) has said that it is disappointed that the Government has decided not to review the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) for small- and mid-size anaerobic digestion (AD) plants.
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A partnership between Viridor and Highview Power Storage has been awarded £8 million to develop an energy storage demonstration project.
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A revised and updated end-of-waste Quality Protocol for anaerobic digestion has been released.
Image for Glenfiddich whisky anaerobic digestion plant gets planning permission
Councillors at Moray Council have granted planning permission for an anaerobic digestion plant that will treat whisky waste from the Glenfiddich distillery.
Image for Biomethane Quality Protocol launched
The Environment Agency with support from WRAP and industry representatives has launched a Quality Protocol for biomethane.
Image for Tamar Energy signs £1.7 million anaerobic digestion deal with Essex County Council
A £1.7 million deal has been signed between Tamar Energy and Essex County Council that will see 54,000 tonnes of food and garden waste treated by anaerobic digestion and composting.
Image for First commercial food waste anaerobic digestion plant in north east opens
Emerald Biogas has opened its £8 million anaerobic digestion (AD) facility in County Durham.
Image for Energy Secretary gives cautious welcome to EU energy and climate change targets
The European Commission’s proposed 40 per cent reduction in emissions and 27 per cent renewable energy targets are a “step in the right direction” according to Energy Secretary Ed Davey.


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