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16 September 2014 - NEWS UPDATE
Wales’ largest food waste AD plant starts generating

Wales’ largest food waste AD plant starts generating

AD specialist Biogen has begun operations at the largest food waste AD plant in Wales

Hydropower returns to light up historic home again

Hydropower returns to light up historic home again

A new Archimedes screw at Cragside in Northumberland will harness the power of water to relight this grand Victorian house

IPPR report urges cities to be key in green energy drive

IPPR report urges cities to be key in green energy drive

Cities and local authorities can create a cleaner, smarter, more competitive and affordable energy system

New green innovation fund targets farmers

New green innovation fund targets farmers

A new fund has launched for agricultural innovation that aims to put money in the hands of businesses with green fingers

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M&S strikes landmark deal to buy biomethane gas certificates

Marks & Spencer (M&S) has agreed a landmark deal with Future Biogas for the purchase of 35,000 Mega-Watt hours of biomethane certificates, a move which will reduce its carbon footprint by over 6,400 tonnes and source the equivalent amount of energy to heat 15 M&S Simply Food stores all year round.

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Red tape boost for fruit and veg by-products in AD

Biogas producers will no longer need to pay for permits or waste handling controls to use fruit and vegetable by-products in the anaerobic digestion (AD) process, the Environment Agency has confirmed.

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Co-operative Energy kicks starts Community Energy Fortnight

Community energy in the UK must overcome recent setbacks and live up to its potential says leading energy provider Co-operative Energy which kicked-off Community Energy Fortnight 2014 at its annual energy conference on Saturday.

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National Grid awards Mabey Bridge T-pylon prototype contract

In a vote of confidence for British manufacturing, the UK’s leading manufacturer of tubular structures, Mabey Bridge, has been awarded the first contract to deliver supporting structures for National Grid’s revolutionary new generation of ‘T-Pylons’.

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Search for the green energy trailblazers starts as 2015 Ashden Awards opens for entries

National green energy charity Ashden is seeking entries for the 2015 Ashden Awards. Now in their 15th year, the Awards uncover the most exciting sustainable energy businesses and programmes from across the UK and developing world, with winners to be presented with an award worth up to £40,000 at a ceremony at the Royal Geographical Society in London on 11 June 2015.

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Standard for producing renewable energy and fertiliser revised

BSI, the business standards company has revised PAS 110 Specification for whole digestate, separated liquor and separated fibre derived from the anaerobic digestion of source-segregated biodegradable materials to help further enhance the development of Anaerobic Digestion (AD) systems.

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Renewable energy groups unite behind General Election challenge

The UK's renewable energy industry bodies have come together to launch "key tests" for the political parties ahead of next year's General Election.

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Atlantis signs £7.5 million contract with the ETI to expand tidal energy project in Scotland

Atlantis, owner of the world’s largest planned tidal stream energy project, MeyGen, has been awarded a £7.5 million two year contract with the UK’s Energy Technologies Institute (“ETI”) to deliver a multi-turbine foundation structure which will support a further two turbines at the Atlantis-owned MeyGen tidal stream array in the Pentland Firth, Scotland.