The move, which was consulted on last year and in 2018, could cut CO2 from transport by “750,000t/yr”
Sweden-based business is moving into the UK market, following compatriot Vattenfall which did same last year
UK: Delayed EfW plant and a now-insolvent biogas company were among dozens of permit holders found to be on the bottom rung of compliance in 2019
UK: In 2019 C-Capture technology was installed at the majority biomass-fired Drax power station
UK: Energy benefits outweigh conflict with local plan policy restricting development in the open countryside, rules planning inspector
France-based business has had to twice complete UK projects after its partner on the builds hit financial trouble
UK: Facility was originally developed as a gasification plant, but is currently being taken forward with a traditional grate-based system
Few will remember 2020 as their favourite year, but one positive outcome could be the growth of the energy-from-waste sector, with a flurry of deals meaning heat networks may soon be widespread across the UK, Becca Challis reports
UK: Company was granted consent last week to expand an EfW facility, but not for a new standalone plant
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Waste Knot Energy (WKE) managing director, Roger Ferguson, says he is not surprised at the recent controversy surrounding planning for a Cumbrian coal mine
This month: Could 2021 mark a change in PR strategy for EfW, pressure increase on the Dutch to drop waste-import tax, dire warning of lack of waste investment in NI and a full facilities round up
This month: The EU ETS should not be extended to EfW plants, BWSC shifts away from EfW and bioenergy plant builds, Suez and BP work on the UK’s first CCS project at an EfW plant, still no EIA for the Barry biomass plant and Nature Energy is building another large-scale facility
This month: Two judicial reviews and two wins for the EfW plants, crooks cashing in on plastic exports, Edmonton EfW plant deal down to three bidders, Corby EfW plant develops, Lynemouth Power offline and Ductor to deliver 200 biogas-producing plants
Mark Sommerfeld, policy manager at the Association of Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA) and Chris Winward, chief commercial officer at Privilege Finance, share their views on what a truly supportive policy for AD looks like