Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said all of the UK's electricity is going to come from clean energy sources by 2035, helping to mitigate climate change and protect consumers from fluctuating energy prices.
The GSHPA's 2021 conference, celebrating 'the year of the heat pump', will be held on 22nd October at the Coniston Country Estate Hotel, near Skipton, featuring speakers from organisations including BEIS, Environment Agency, ADE and Scottish Renewables.
Organisations from sectors including agriculture, renewable energy, utilities and finance have written to the COP26 President calling for his support in transforming organic wastes into valuable bioresources through anaerobic digestion technology.
The Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA) have said that volatile global gas prices, a key feature of the UK's current energy crisis, have demonstrated the urgent need to diversify and decarbonise the UK’s domestic energy system.
IEA Bioenergy have published detailed research into the potential of manure for utilization in biogas facilities across seven countries: Germany; Australia; Austria; Norway; Canada, Ireland and the UK.