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Battery aggregator secures funds to advance grid-balancing plans

Home battery firm Moixa has secured £2.5 million in new investment to help realise its goal of creating a virtual power plant aggregating the capacity of …

Report supports case for biogas as an HGV fuel

Study for British bioenergy company shows that biogas generated from food & beverage process residues offers a low-carbon commercial transport fuel for …

Engaging with the BREF process: White paper offers guidance on evolving emissions regulation

A new whitepaper published by Ricardo aims to provide step-by-step guidance for industry on how to secure positive outcomes from the development of Best …

Report offers snapshot of the changing face of the UK electrical grid

Details oF the changing face of the UK’s electrical grid and the records being broken by renewables are provided by the latest quarterly Electrical Insights …

ADBA compares party manifestos

Following the launch of the Labour, Liberal Democrat and Conservative manifestos, the Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) has commented on …

IEMA welcomes arrival of EIA Directive changes in UK Law

Experts from the sustainability body IEMA say they welcome the arrival of the day where vital amendments to the EIA Directive come into force. On 15 May, …

Presentation on post-Brexit environmental protection at AQE 2017

Lord Whitty has been announced as the opening speaker of the Air Quality and Emissions Conference at AQE 2017 in Telford. The two day event will start on …

Food waste report is ‘wake-up call’ for next Government, says ADBA

The Anaerobic Digestion & Bioresources Association (ADBA) has joined the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Select Committee in calling food waste …

Dates announced for methane emissions conference

The organisers of the Industrial Methane Emissions Conference have announced that this year’s event will take place alongside PEFTEC 2017 in Antwerp on …

Scientists question the feasibility of the “4 per 1000” goal to sequester carbon in soil and slow climate change

Group of scientists suggests goal is unattainable in many situations, but still good for improving soil quality. UN plans to mitigate global warming by burying …




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