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Remove or leave subsidies for anaerobic digestion in Great Britain?

James Lloyd
Country: United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Original language: English

The subsidies should be seen as a form of compensation for the benefits arising from the use of renewable energy compared to other forms of energy potentially harmful to the environment. According to Lloyd, from the Biowatt engineering company, it should also be pointed out how the subsidies are in favour of the whole anaerobic ...

The subsidies should be seen as a form of compensation for the benefits arising from the use of renewable energy compared to other forms of energy potentially harmful to the environment. According to Lloyd, from the Biowatt engineering company, it should also be pointed out how the subsidies are in favour of the whole anaerobic digestion chain, from landowners to who produces the matrices, up to local authorities. They cannot be cancelled, while it might make sense to find a way to "replace" them so that the industry still remains profitable, for example by reducing the cost of technologies and matrices.

 

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