Regional News Archive
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CLA calls for an end to uncertainty for renewable energy
The CLA today (22 December) called on the Government to end the uncertainty facing the renewable energy sector after a High Court decision ruled that changes to the Feed-in Tariff for solar power were “legally flawed”.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [22 December 2011]
A warm winter welcome for Renewable Heat Incentive, says CLA
Yorkshire landowners and farmers can finally enjoy a warm winter thanks to CLA lobbying, after the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) announced applications for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) will open from Monday, 28 November.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [28 November 2011]
Warm reception for RHI plan from CLA
The CLA today (28 October) welcomed the Government’s plan to open applications for the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) at the end of November following the recent delay to the scheme.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [28 October 2011]
CLA asks Government to act on risk to investments following emergency review of Feed-in Tariff
The CLA today (12 May) said the Government must take action to reduce the risk of investment for large-scale solar and anaerobic digestion projects following the findings of the emergency review of the Feed-in Tariff (FIT).
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [17 May 2011]
CLA secures Feed-in Tariff review for on-farm anaerobic digestion
The CLA today (7 February) claimed victory after an emergency review of the Feed-in Tariff (FIT) for farm-based Anaerobic Digestion (AD) was announced by the Government.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [7 February 2011]
FiT rates must improve for AD, says leading expert
Feed in Tariff (FiT) rates for anaerobic digestion projects must improve in order to attract more farm-scale investment. That was the message from the CLA’s chief surveyor, Oliver Harwood, at a renewable energy event in Harrogate.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [11 November 2010]
New Green Deal must be fair to rural landlords, says CLA
The CLA today (4 November) broadly welcomed the Government’s “New Green Deal” scheme to provide loans to pay for household energy efficiency measures.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [4 November 2010]
Renewables expert to attend Yorkshire event
The CLA’s leading expert on renewable energy will be in Yorkshire next month (November) to speak to local farmers and landowners about the latest industry developments.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [29 October 2010]
CLA relieved at Government offer of renewable heat support
The CLA today (20 October) expressed relief over the Government’s offer of support for renewable heat by honouring the commitment for the Renewable Heat Incentive.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [20 October 2010]
Farmer-friendly guide launched at new biogas plant
A new guide for farmers and land managers on the benefits of digestate has been launched to coincide with the opening of the region’s largest biogas plant.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [18 October 2010]
CLA calls on Government to match action to words
The Coalition Government should match its actions to its words by giving full backing to a workable Renewable Heat Incentive, the CLA said today (22 September 2010).
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [28 September 2010]
Research on carbon in soil ‘welcome’, says CLA
The CLA today (Friday 12 March) welcomed the launch of the Energy Technologies Institute’s (ETI) £2.5 million research project into the carbon balance of soils, growing biomass and land use change.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [12 March 2010]
Sustainable Energy Partnership sets out green proposals, says CLA
The CLA today (Wednesday, 18 November) said the launch of the Sustainable Energy Partnership’s (SEP’s) Green Energy Charter – of which the CLA is a partner - meant a clearer vision for the future of our energy.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [19 November 2009]
CLA welcomes amended Energy Bill but sounds concern over timeframe
The CLA is delighted vital amendments have been included in the Energy Bill by the House of Lords.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [7 November 2008]
CLA BACKS WIND OF CHANGE
The Country Land and Business Association (CLA) is backing a Yorkshire landowner in his bid to champion the uptake of renewable energy resources.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [19 March 2007]
NEW YEAR: NEW OPPORTUNITY FOR RENEWABLE FUELS
The Government is launching a new Bio-energy Capital Grant scheme towards the cost of installing specialised equipment on 29 December 2006. "This is very welcome news and will help fill a gap in support for renewables. New biomass boilers are more...
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [22 December 2006]
USE CLIMATE BILL TO ENCOURAGE BIOFUELS – CLA URGES
The Country Land & Business Association (CLA) in Yorkshire is urging the Government to use the Climate Change Bill announced in today’s Queen’s Speech as the vehicle to encourage production of renewable energy sources.
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [15 November 2006]
LOOK TO YORKSHIRE’S FARMERS INSTEAD OF DESTROYING RAIN FORESTS
Demand for renewable energy now offers farmers and land owners in Yorkshire a great business opportunity, says the Country Land and Business Association (CLA)."We must not rely on imports: there is no environmental benefit in destroying tropical rain...
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [8 February 2006]
GOVERNMENT TURN-OFF FOR GREEN HEAT IS COLD COMFORT FOR YORKSHIRE’S FARMERS
As Britain is forecast to be facing one of the coldest winters in a decade at the same time as hugely-increased energy bills, a Government task force has snubbed the cheaper, greener fuel sector led by Yorkshire farmers and regional renewable energy...
[In_Your_Area/Yorkshire/Regional News Archive] - [8 February 2006]
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