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Show marks big week for AD - Lord Redesdale

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Anaerobic digestion is central to getting Britain back on track with climate change targets, according to the industry’s representative body, which is holding its annual trade show and conference on 6-7 July 2011. ADBA Chairman and Liberal Democrat peer Lord Redesdale said: The CCC’s…

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Tags: ADBA events, CCC, climate change targets, Redesdale, UK AD & Biogas

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New feed in tariff levels disappointing

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Reacting to DECC’s announcement of new levels of Feed in Tariff for AD to start in August, ADBA Chairman Lord Redesdale said: The AD industry will be disappointed with the new levels announced: FITs have so far failed to help more than a couple of…

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Tags: DECC, financial incentives, FIT, Redesdale

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Green investment Bank must work for AD

 ADBA PRESS RELEASE Reacting to the Deputy Prime Minister’s Speech on the Green Economy today (23 May), including the announcement that the £3bn fund will be available from the Green investment Bank (GiB) from April 2012, Liberal Democrat Peer and ADBA Chairman Lord Redesdale said: I am pleased…

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Tags: green growth, Green investment Bank, Redesdale

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RHI level will help AD

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Lord Redesdale, Chairman of the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association, has welcomed the announcement of the Renewable Heat Incentive in the Spending Review: After months of work on the RHI, the government’s decision is very welcome. It will allow the huge increase in AD promised…

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Tags: Charlotte Morton, DECC, financial incentives, Redesdale, RHI

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No RHI Announcement before Christmas - Lord Marland

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Lord Marland, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for DECC, confirmed to the ADBA National Conference today (Wednesday 15 December) that the level of the Renewable Heat Incentive will not be announced before Christmas. The government had previously said that it would be made public by then. However, the…

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Tags: ADBA National Conference 2010, DECC, Lord Marland, National Conference, Redesdale, RHI

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Richard Barker joins ADBA board

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Richard Barker, chief executive of BiogenGreenfinch, has been announced as the latest member of the ADBA board. BiogenGreenfinch, based in Bedfordshire, is one of the UK’s leading integrated designer, builder, owner and operators of food waste AD plants. The company has a proven track record…

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Tags: ADBA board, BiogenGreenfinch, farming, food waste, Redesdale, Richard Barker

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RHI commitment must prioritise AD

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Lord Redesdale, Chairman of the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association, has welcomed the government’s Spending Review commitment to a Renewable Heat Incentive, and called for it to prioritise anaerobic digestion. The Chancellor’s confirmation that the RHI will be available from April 2011 is welcome.…

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Tags: climate change targets, Redesdale, RHI, spending review

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ADBA calls for massive increase in household food waste collection

ADBA PRESS RELEASE The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association has today called for more source-segregated collection of food waste, in a response submitted to the government’s Waste Review. The consultation closes today (7 October). ADBA are advocating separate collections, where households have a bin reserved for food waste, so…

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Tags: food waste, local authorities, Redesdale, source segregation, waste review

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ADBA welcomes Tories heated debate

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Lord Redesdale, Chairman of the Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association, has welcomed the Cabinet Office Minister Oliver Letwin’s indication that the Renewable Heat Incentive will be set at a level to stimulate growth in AD. Speaking at the Conservative Party conference yesterday (5 October), Letwin said…

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Tags: FIT, green growth, Letwin, Redesdale, RHI

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Anaerobic digestion - the renewable technology of 2010/11

ADBA PRESS RELEASE The Anaerobic Digestion and Biogas Association (ADBA) is holding the UK’s first stand alone trade show on anaerobic digestion (AD), UK AD & Biogas 2010, at the NEC on 7 and 8 July, showcasing over 70 exhibitors from both the UK and Europe covering the entire industry from constructors,…

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Tags: climate change targets, Redesdale, UK AD & Biogas

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Government fails to support anaerobic digestion

ADBA PRESS RELEASE Although the Committee on Climate Change has confirmed that the government’s Climate Change targets will not be met without anaerobic digestion, DECC’s announcement yesterday of its response to the consultation on the upcoming Feed in Tariff (FIT) has had the effect of significantly…

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Tags: CCC, climate change targets, DECC, Dorian Harrison, farming, finance, financial incentives, Johnathan Scurlock, Oliver Harwood, Redesdale, Rob Heap

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