REA comments on increased Feed In Tariff for AD

Gaynor Hartnell, Chief Executive of the REA, comments on Anaerobic Digestion tariff changes:

“We don’t anticipate much increase in uptake of small scale AD, with these meagre tariff increases.  That’s a missed opportunity, as methane emissions from agriculture can be reduced by on-farm biogas plants.  Government’s concern over energy crops is totally misplaced.  The REA looks forward to working with Defra and DECC over the coming months, to build their confidence in AD as a technology with multiple benefits for waste management, agriculture and improved land management.”

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