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Image for Green Gas Certification Scheme joins news EU biomethane trading initiative
The UK is being represented in developing the world’s first international green gas trading initiative by the Renewable Energy Association’s REAL Green Gas Certification Scheme (GGCS).
Image for Government provides increased support for renewable heat
Combined heat and power plants, biomass boilers over 1MW, deep geothermal, ground source heat pumps, solar thermal and biogas combustion less than 200kWth will all benefit from extra Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) support.
Image for Strike price for anaerobic digestion rises to £150 in Contracts for Difference scheme
The Government has raised the strike price in its Contracts for Difference scheme to £150/MWh for anaerobic digestion.
Image for APP and National Grid get £1.9 million to turn waste into natural gas
Ofgem’s Gas Network innovation Competition has given Advanced Plasma Power, National Grid and Progressive Energy £1.9 million to turn waste into gas for the grid.
Image for First biogas connection commissioned by National Grid
National Grid has successfully commissioned its first commercial biogas project.
Image for REA calls for positive investment signals from Chancellor’s autumn statement
Chancellor George Osborne should seize the opportunity to boost clean energy investment, according to the Renewable Energy Association (REA).
Image for REA welcomes review of Feed-in Tariff for small scale anaerobic digestion
Energy Minister Greg Barker has confirmed that DECC will launch a review of the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) for small scale anaerobic digestion (AD) in January.
Image for SITA UK signs West London contract after securing Green Investment Bank funding
The £1.4 billion contract between SITA UK and West London Waste Authority has been signed.
Image for New Earth plans refuse-derived fuel plant in Dorset
Waste treatment and renewable energy specialist New Earth Solutions Group has been granted planning permission for a 10MW energy recovery facility.
Image for Waste heat from Tube to be used for London housing
Homes in London’s Islington will be able to access waste heat from the London Underground.
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