28th March 2019, Leeds
Renewable energy subsidies have been essential to the recent expansion in the UK’s Anaerobic Digestion sector. Data from the trade body ADBA show a five-fold increase in facilities over the past decade – particularly for farm and commercial facilities. These have been supported by the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) and (more recently) the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI), with both schemes guaranteeing support for twenty years.
These data also show the steady base of AD plants devoted to sewage sludge processing as part of wastewater treatment. Such facilities are largely supported by the Renewables Obligation, and for the earliest beneficiaries this will end in the next five years.
With levels of FIT support deemed insufficient to support new facilities, RHI closing to new entrants in 2020, the RO closed to new applicants (and approaching the end for the earliest beneficiaries) – this one day conference aims to address the question: What does this mean for AD in the UK?
Key themes and outline programme
The following speakers have been invited to take part in this conference:
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