Tuesday, 13 October 2020
White and green AD plant
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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. However, any AD plant in England that meets either, or both, of the following is
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.
Tuesday, 29 September 2020
Renewable electricity generating system representing NFU Energy's FiT application and compliance service
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by Sophie Archer

Recent changes to Anaerobic Digestion plant Environmental Permits

In recent years, many Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plants have been built and managed under the Industrial Emissions Directive, published in 2010.
Thursday, 17 September 2020
Wind turbines in the sunset
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by Jon Swain

Lacking in wind power

Tuesday 15 September was an exciting day for followers of the Capacity Market as the first notice was issued since November 2016.
Tuesday, 08 September 2020
Large white AD plant with CHP
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by Sophie Archer

Does your AD Plant need an Environmental Permit?

There is a legislative understanding for Anaerobic Digestion (AD) plants in that they are waste treatment plants that turn waste into energy. However, due to the broad range of needs that AD plants deliver, this is not always the case.
Thursday, 03 September 2020
Large heat pump in a building
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by Thomas Wilkins

A further 20% reduction in RHI Tariff for large water/ground source heat pumps

Ofgem has continued to cut the RHI tariff rate for large water/ground source heat pumps (100 kWth and above). The latest digression will come into force on the 01 October and will see the tariff reduced by a further 20%.
Thursday, 27 August 2020
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by Elisa Evans

Taking care of the day to day energy management for an AD

We take care of Codlaw Renewable Energy’s day to day energy management needs from their Feed-In Tariff and Renewable Heat Incentive income to their Power Purchase Agreements for exported energy so that they can focus on maximizing the efficiency and output of their Anaerobic Digester and Combined
Tuesday, 04 August 2020
Four wind turbines in a field with blue sky
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by Jon Swain

Generators with a G59 relay must act now

Any generators installed before February 2018 with a G59 relay needs to be updated to the new G59 relay rules by September 2022. Those who act quickly may be able to have costs reimbursed through the Accelerated Loss-of-Mains Change Programme (ALoMCP).
Tuesday, 30 June 2020
Large red biomass boiler
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by Thomas Wilkins

BEIS announce an RHI extension due to COVID-19

The government has announced an extension to commissioning deadlines for all Tariff Guarantee projects to the 31 March 2022 and introducing a flexible 3rd allocation of Tariff Guarantees in a response to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) consolation.

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