Tag: Adba National Conference 2014

Fuelling the green gas revolution

Conventional biofuels such as bioethanol and biodiesel currently account for the majority of biofuels supplied and used in the United Kingdom. Under existing policies, however, the UK is currently some way off being able to meet the Renewable Energy Directive (RED) 10 per cent renewable transport fuel 2020 target. Progress is hampered…

Posted in: Policy updates

Tags: greenfleet, editorial, conventional biofuels, bioethanol, biodiesel, biofuels, renewable energy directive, indirect land use change, DfT, biomethane, air pollution, public health england, Chris Huhne, adba national conference 2014, JouleVert, Colin Matthews, vehicles, gas alliance group, tony griffiths, refuelling infrastructure, green gas trading, Labour, EU, house of lords science & technology select committee, food waste, food and drink, Liberal Democrats, zero waste britain act, source segregation, landfill ban

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The Biogas Channel interviews Matt Hindle at ADBA National Conference 2014

Hear Matt discuss the necessary political commitment to help the biomethane market grow and the changes following the recent announcement on the RHI tariff, with the Biogas Channel at the ADBA National Conference 2014.

Posted in: ADBA News, News for Members

Tags: Matt Hindle, RHI, biomethane, adba national conference 2014

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