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ENDS Waste & Bioenergy Weekly
ENDS Waste & Bioenergy Weekly  |  15th April 2021
 

The EWB Weekly brings you the top stories across the waste-to-energy and biomass energy industries straight to your inbox every week.

 
Top Stories This Week
Legal challenge over EfW’s exclusion from UK ETS due next week Legal challenge over EfW’s exclusion from UK ETS due next week
A two-day online hearing will take place as part of a judicial review of the UK government’s decision to exclude EfW plant from the emissions trading scheme
Paprec looks for further EfW expansion after CNIM deal Paprec looks for further EfW expansion after CNIM deal
France/UK/Poland: Company is also in talks in over a deal for Dalkia Wastenergy
1Mt/yr EfW plant officially back in the planning system 1Mt/yr EfW plant officially back in the planning system
UK: Facility dropped out of the system last year, but has now reapplied for a DCO
Arc21 EfW plant’s electricity export ‘not an issue’, says Indaver Arc21 EfW plant’s electricity export ‘not an issue’, says Indaver
NIE Networks has raised concerns over infrastructure related to exporting power from the facility, but developer says issue has already been dealt with
Prime Biomass directors fined and disqualified after bioenergy crime Prime Biomass directors fined and disqualified after bioenergy crime
UK-based company was meant to be shipping biomass to Sweden, where Vattenfall wanted to process it for energy recovery
Watchdog drops AEB’s stricter supervision order Watchdog drops AEB’s stricter supervision order
Netherlands: Supervision order was placed on company three years ago, a year before a disastrous shutdown hit the EfW business a year later
SME ‘remains fully committed’ to Uskmouth conversion SME ‘remains fully committed’ to Uskmouth conversion
UK: World’s first coal-to-waste conversion has made progress, but faces political issues on two fronts
Five new barges for EfW firm Cory Five new barges for EfW firm Cory
UK: Company has now taken delivery of six of the planned 35 barges it has ordered as part of its fleet overhaul
Gasum tests LBG for maritime transport Gasum tests LBG for maritime transport
Finland/Norway: Two test deliveries have been to the Finnish Border Guard
SEPA chief says cyber attack recovery will take years SEPA chief says cyber attack recovery will take years
Scottish environmental watchdog might not be fully operational for two more years after a cyber attack last December
Drax confirms Pinnacle deal will go through next week Drax confirms Pinnacle deal will go through next week
UK/Canada: Power station has secured all the approvals needed for the deal to takeover the biomass producer and supplier
Geminor launches GemiLAB Geminor launches GemiLAB
Norway: New database will help analyse the quality of waste for material recycling and energy recovery
Belgium: Supply of cooled chutes to two lines
Denmark: €1.2m biogas-odour removal project scrapped
Denmark: Amager Bakke CCS ‘almost within reach’
Norway: Biogas sludge deal tendered
Netherlands: AEB and AGV settle sludge argument
Poland: Authorities investigated 11 waste fires at same site
Switzerland: Biogas plant expansion deal signed
UK: Stobart Energy agrees tyre deal with Bridgestone
 
 

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