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22 November 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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Nextgen confirmed as The Industry Event for renewable energy generation

Exhibitors to last week’s Nextgen exhibition and conference hailed it as the best gathering place for the bioenergy and renewable energy generation community – in particular praising its high quality and knowledgeable visitors.

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Boost for UK onshore wind sector with new £500m joint venture

In a major boost for the onshore wind power industry, Britain’s leading green energy company Ecotricity and global construction and development firm Skanska are forming a joint venture – called Skylark – to build wind farm projects in Britain.

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Triodos Renewables to offer crowdfunded shares from as little as £50

Triodos Renewables today launches a major £5 million share offer. The money raised will be directly invested in constructing new UK renewable energy generating assets, allowing the company to further grow its renewable electricity generation capacity.

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Government delivers £9.4 million to boost low carbon heating

More homes and businesses could soon be heated by a range of low carbon technologies, such as heat pumps, energy from waste, recovered industrial heat or heat taken from landfill.

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Food waste from London turns into green energy and fertilizer

Willen Biogas has appointed Xergi to build and operate its new 27,000 tpa waste to energy plant in Enfield, North London. The Plant will generate renewable electricity for the grid and recycle nutrients from organic waste matter to make agricultural fertilizer.

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Tamar Energy set to begin construction on sixth anaerobic digestion facility

Tamar Energy has announced it has cleared the last major step to be able to start construction on its sixth anaerobic digestion (AD) facility, in the London Borough of Bromley, when an improved site design received planning consent last week.

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REA and STA announce split to go “separate ways”

The Renewable Energy Association and Solar Trade Association have announced they will end their formal affiliation at the end of this year.

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Government risks de-railing its own solar revolution

The Government has published critical decisions on solar power this week, including the finalised budget for Contracts for Difference (CfDs).