The Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA) has increased the number of members to its Advisory Board from 14 to 20 to better reflect the different aspects of developing, building and operating anaerobic digestion (AD) projects.
Charles Ward, Head of Renewables at New Stream Renewables has been invited to join the Advisory Board along with 5 other appointees. The role of the Advisory Board is to steer ADBA’s strategic policy direction and ensure the association is focussed on tackling the issues that matter most to the industry.
“We are delighted to welcome these new members to our Advisory Board “, said Charlotte Morton, ADBA Chief Executive.
“Their combined expertise in areas such as digestate, R&I, regulations, finance, energy trading and training/best practice will be invaluable in guiding our activities in support of the UK AD industry.”
Charles said of the invitation
“It is a great to have the opportunity to join the ADBA advisory board. New Stream have been members for a number of years now and it has been interesting and opportune to informally discuss power and gas market options with other members be that at meetings, workshops or conferences.
Given changes in the green gas market and rapidly increasing interest from corporates from an ESG perspective, it’s a really interesting time to become a board member. Hopefully we continue to see increases in value for green gas and associated green certificates that will benefit members and ensure that more AD capacity gets built out over the coming years.”