A report released yesterday (16 July) by UK think tank Policy Connect argues that the UK’s energy-from-waste (EfW) plants are the answer to the country’s national waste crisis.
Supported by 13 cross-party MPs, the report calls for a more “Scandinavian” approach linking energy and waste policy. It finds that widespread deployment of EfW plants across UK regions is necessary to deliver a circular and sustainable waste policy that could power UK homes and avoid the expensive practice of... More
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Independent think thank Green Alliance has published a collection of short essays from business and policy professionals saying the government must go ‘much further’ to embed resource efficiency in the UK economy.
Wales’s Natural Resources Minister and Scotland’s Energy Minister have written a joint letter to UK Energy Secretary Amber Rudd warning her that her renewables strategy ‘will significantly damage’ the renewables sector.
ArcelorMittal, LanzaTech, and Primetals Technologies have announced that they are to build ‘Europe’s first-ever commercial-scale production facility to create bioethanol from waste gases produced during the steelmaking process’.