Latest News in FeedstocksSee all News
05 Oct 2016
Since 5th October 2015, new regulations required all those claiming support under the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) to demonstrate they were meeting sustainability criteria. One year on, all those claiming RHI for biomethane injection or large-scale biogas- or biomass-combustion (1MWth and above) have 3 months from their anniversary date to submit an independent audit report.
Have you organised your audit yet? NNFCC can offer independent auditing services for your AD or bioenergy business. We prepare your audit by verifying records, scrutinising your calculations, and reviewing evidence submitted to Ofgem.
03 Oct 2016
We are currently seeking high quality candidates for the post of Consultant and Senior Consultant
New project BioBase4SME to boost growth in North-West Europe: NNFCC partners to provide services to biobased SMEs27 Sep 2016
Press release, York, 27th September 2016
The European Commission has launched through its INTERREG NWE Programme a three-year project “BioBase4SME” to further support the development of the biobased economy in North West Europe (NWE). The €5.83 million project will help start-ups and Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) to overcome technological and non-technological barriers on their path to turn biobased research into commercial innovation. BioBase4SME offers training, innovation biocamps, workshops and innovation coupons worth up to €100,000. The BioBase4SME partnership includes eight organisations from six different countries.
24 Aug 2016
AgroCycle are conducting a survey about the barriers and opportunities to utilising agri-food waste in the EU (including UK). You're opinions are vital to help develop the utilisation of agri-food wastes, for a future circular bioeconomy. See below for more details, and click here to start the survey. Thank you for your participation!
15 Aug 2016
The chemical industry are massively reliant on finite resources, with 90 % of organic chemicals made from fossil resources such as natural gas and petroleum. But there is a fast growing need for the chemical industry to use sustainable feedstocks, in order to meet growing demand with limited resources.
Press Release: NNFCC partners in new €3.8 million SuperBIO project to support industrial innovation within the EU bioeconomy11 Aug 2016
SuperBIO is an innovation project supported through the EU Horizon2020 funding programme. The €3.8 million project supports the development of promising industrial value chains in the bioeconomy. It therefore engages with the EU bio-based business community. The project provides 10 different types of innovation services to third party SMEs which are funded by the project for 75%. As such, it brings these value chains closer to reality. The SuperBIO consortium includes four industrial cluster organisations, and six service providers including NNFCC.
ETI project on greenhouse gas emissions of bioenergy secured by North Energy Associates, NNFCC and Forest Research01 Aug 2016
Press release – York, UK, 1st August 2016
NNFCC has been appointed to a new Carbon Life Cycle Assessment project to understand the greenhouse gas emissions associated with bioenergy. North Energy Associates (NEA) will lead this new project, in partnership with NNFCC and Forest Research (FR).
30 Jun 2016
Press release – 27th June 2016
NNFCC are proud to announce their involvement in AgroCycle, a 3-year Horizon 2020-funded project, which was launched by the European Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan last Friday (24th June 2016), at University College Dublin.
24 Jun 2016
In response to the UK referendum on European Union result, NNFCC would like to make the following statement.
13 Jun 2016
The world biggest trade show dedicated to the business of anaerobic digestion and biogas industries.
In a challenging environment, it’s more important than ever that we come together as an industry and showcase everything that AD & Biogas can offer. On 6-7 July ADBA’s UK AD & Biogas show is back at Birmingham’s NEC. This year’s event is particularly exciting, and for a variety of reasons. The 2016 edition will see a series of firsts, records broken and breaking news stories that are going to reshape the nature of our business.