Green Gas Levy: Tariff scheme to fund biomethane plants set for autumn launch

Michael Holder
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Government confirms plans for levy on gas suppliers to help fund grid-connected anaerobic digestion (AD) plants around Britain

Plans to fund the production of biomethane 'green gas' to provide low carbon heating for homes and businesses through a new carbon tax on UK fossil fuel gas suppliers have been confirmed today, with the...

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