Tag: Graphene

Last chance to let DECC know your views on encouraging innovation


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Thank you to all ADBA members who got in touch to share their views on the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC)’s Consultation on ensuring regulation encourages innovation. This consultation provides opportunity to inform UK government of the innovations and technological advancements being made in AD and…

Posted in: News for Members, Policy updates

Tags: biomethane, renewable financial incentives, R&D, anaerobic digestion, RHI, FIT, DECC, consultation, research and innovation r&i forum, research and development, cpi, innovate uk, bioresources, graphene, bioplastics, algae, energy storage, biogas heat, biogas, biochemical, Circular Economy, fifth carbon budget, Environment Agency

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Core processors: will your next smartphone be made from food waste?

Anaerobic digestion (AD) already generates some of the electricity that recharges many of our smartphones, however, exciting new R&D led by an EU project, called PlasCarb, could soon see AD generating the graphene technology that both stores and maximises the power in your smartphone. PlasCarb is currently researching…

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Tags: R&D, ADBA R&D Forum, plascarb, EU, smartphones, food waste, graphene, graphite, graphitic carbon, cpi, steven broome, hydrogen, lithium ion batteries, cancer treatment, water purification, defence equipment, source segregation, Derek Sivyer

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