Thursday, 22 October 2020
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by Jenny Beynon

Money down the drain?

Guest blogger Ed Hardy recently wrote the following for AHDB GrowSave and it was an interesting thought worth sharing here: 
Tuesday, 20 October 2020
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by Jodie Hisgett

Be careful before you say yes

Some of our customers are getting calls from other Energy Brokers who are very persistent in trying to get them to agree to a verbal contract over the phone.
Thursday, 15 October 2020
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by Sophie Archer

An update for AD plant refurbs

We have recently sought clarity on whether changes made to an existing combustion plant qualifies it for permitting, as previously discussed in this blog.
Tuesday, 13 October 2020
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by Sophie Archer

Is your Anaerobic Digestion plant still exempt?

Across the UK, there are Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plants that process biodegradable feedstocks to produce digestate and biogas. Large sites and those that process waste feedstocks require environmental permitting.
Thursday, 08 October 2020
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by Jenny Beynon

‘Green hydrogen’ from renewables could become cheapest ‘transformative fuel’ within a decade

Read our top five energy-related news stories from the last couple of weeks. Energy is always in the news in one way or another, from renewable energy technology advancements and the latest from the ‘big six’ energy suppliers to advancements in energy saving and sustainability.
Tuesday, 06 October 2020
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by Sophie Archer

The Right Wood?

For those with biomass boilers, renewable heat is a critical aspect of their business. However, what you buy and use on site can carry more weight than most would think.
Thursday, 01 October 2020
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by Jon Swain

What is the future for the costs of gas?

The launch of the consultation into a green gas levy has set me thinking about the long term future for the costs of gas. Whilst it is true that 36p/MWh levy by 2028 is hardly going to get people very excited, the underlying principle is the more important part of the change.