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Issue 1 ApRIL 2010 AD&bioGAs neWs The UK TrADe AssocIATIon For The AnAeroBIc DIgesTIon AnD BIogAs InDUsTrIes


Government fails to support anaerobic digestion (AD)


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lthough the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) has confirmed that the Government’s climate change targets will not be met without anaerobic


digestion, DECC’s announcement in early February of its response to the consultation on the Feed-in-Tariff (FiT) means that support for this sector has significantly reduced.


Lord Rupert Redesdale, Chairman of ADBA, commented: “Britain will fail to meet its renewable energy targets without rapid building of a nationwide AD infrastructure. It


Britain will fail to meet its renewable energy targets without rapid building of a nationwide AD infrastructure.


is remarkable that DECC has not grasped the opportunity to incentivise the AD industry, which can make a significant contribution to reducing the UK’s CO2 emissions now as well as generate a significant proportion of the UK’s energy.” Full story page 6 >


THE ANAEROBIC DIGESTION AND BIOGAS ASSOCIATION’S ANNUAL EXPO & CONFERENCE


UK AD & BIOGAS2010 7-8 July, NEC


The UK’s first anaerobic digestion trade show!


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alling all farmers, local authorities, waste managers, supermarkets,


landowners, and food process manufacturers – in fact anyone with AD on their mind should


UK AD & BIOGAS2010 7-8 July, NEC


attend the ADBA Trade Show and Conference, 7- 8 July 2010 at the NEC (Birmingham) to find out all they need to know about AD and see the latest AD equipment. see page 3 for details >


Inside this issue >


WhAt’s the hottest form of reneWAble enerGy?...


page 4 >


AD trAininG – Where Are the GAps?


page 10 >


member benefits upDAte


page 13 >


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