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Anaerobic Digestion Deployment in the UK

  • ID: 5028714
  • Report
  • April 2020
  • Region: United Kingdom
  • 92 Pages
  • NNFCC
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This 2020 edition of the annual report provides a comprehensive regional breakdown of sector development in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and the 10 regions of England.

Highlights

  • Extensive market data and analysis of current and future development trends.
  • Regional breakdown of the 10 regions of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland, with maps and timeline graphs illustrating regional development trends.
  • Detailed sector commentary and comprehensive overview of policy and incentives affecting the anaerobic digestion development landscape.
  • Comprehensive excel database of more than 1000 planned and operational Anaerobic Digestion facilities in the UK.
  • Includes site name and location; feedstock type, source and volumes; energy output type and capacity; and development status.

Reasons to buy

  • To inform investment and policy decisions in the anaerobic digestion sector by understanding the current and future anaerobic digestion market and policy landscape.
  • To enable targeting of sales and marketing effort for anaerobic digestion service and product providers, based on technical or regional focus.
  • To identify the competition and quantify feedstock requirements of the anaerobic digestion industry

Summary

The level of activity in the AD industry over the past 12-months is once again not reflected in the latest deployment figures and does not reflect the ambition of our industry. Only 7 new plants have commissioned since April 2019, adding a modest 3.4MWe of capacity and increasing biomethane flow to the grid by just over 2,000Nm3/hr. Despite 47 plants being under construction at this time last year, many are yet to reach or complete the commissioning phase due to the inclement weather conditions in the first quarter of 2020 immediately followed by the Covid-19 pandemic and associated restrictions.

There are now 579 operational anaerobic digestion plants in the UK, including 88 biomethane-to-grid plants, and a further 331 anaerobic digestion projects under development. Understanding this deployment landscape is vital for investors, developers, and policymakers alike.

The publisher monitors anaerobic digestion activity and has published the seventh annual report on anaerobic digestion deployment in the UK. The report provides a comprehensive regional breakdown of sector development in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and the 10 regions of England, providing detailed information on feedstock requirements, installed capacity, and output type (combined heat & power or biomethane-to-grid) for every project.

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1 Introduction

2 Policy & Incentives
2.1 Smart Export Guarantee (SEG)
2.2 Contracts for Difference
2.3 Northern Ireland Renewables Obligation
2.4 Renewable Heat Incentive
2.5 Green Gas Support Scheme
2.6 Northern Ireland Renewable Heat Incentive
2.7 Sustainability Criteria
2.8 Feedstock Restrictions
2.9 Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation

3 Deployment Analysis Criteria
3.1 Definitions
3.2 Assumptions

4 United Kingdom

5 Scotland

6 Wales

7 Northern Ireland

8 England

9 North West of England

10 North East of England

11 Yorkshire & Humber

12 West Midlands

13 East Midlands

14 East of England

15 South West of England

16 South East of England

17 Greater London

List of Figures
Figure 1: RHI tariffs for biogas combustion
Figure 2: RHI tariffs for biomethane injection
Figure 3. RTFO obligation level, crop cap and development fuel target to 2032/33
Figure 4. Development status of AD projects in the UK
Figure 5. Scale distribution of AD projects in the UK
Figure 6. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in the UK
Figure 7. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in the UK
Figure 8. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in the UK
Figure 9. Development status of AD projects in the UK by nation
Figure 10. Map of all AD projects in the UK
Figure 11. Map of biomethane projects in the UK
Figure 12. Development status of AD projects in Scotland
Figure 13. Scale distribution of AD projects in Scotland
Figure 14. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in Scotland
Figure 15. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in Scotland
Figure 16. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in Scotland
Figure 17. Map of AD projects in Scotland
Figure 18. Development status of AD projects in Wales
Figure 19. Scale distribution of AD projects in Wales
Figure 20. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in Wales
Figure 21. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in Wales
Figure 22. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in Wales
Figure 23. Map of AD projects in Wales
Figure 24. Development status of AD projects in Northern Ireland
Figure 25. Scale distribution of AD projects in Northern Ireland
Figure 26. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in Northern Ireland
Figure 27. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in Northern Ireland
Figure 28. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in Northern Ireland
Figure 29. Map of AD projects in Northern Ireland
Figure 30. Development status of AD projects in England
Figure 31. Scale distribution of AD projects in England
Figure 32. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in England
Figure 33. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in England
Figure 34. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in England
Figure 35. Development status of AD projects in England by region
Figure 36. Development status of AD projects in the North West of England
Figure 37. Scale distribution of AD projects in the North West of England
Figure 38. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in the North West of England
Figure 39. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in the North West of England
Figure 40. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in the North West of England
Figure 41. Map of AD projects in the North West of England
Figure 42. Development status of AD projects in the North East of England
Figure 43. Scale distribution of AD projects in the North East of England
Figure 44. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in the North East of England
Figure 45. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in the North East of England
Figure 46. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in the North East of England
Figure 47. Map of AD projects in the North East of England
Figure 48. Development status of AD projects in Yorkshire & Humber
Figure 49. Scale distribution of AD projects in Yorkshire & Humber
Figure 50. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in Yorkshire & Humber
Figure 51. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in Yorkshire & Humber
Figure 52. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in Yorkshire & Humber
Figure 53. Map of AD projects in Yorkshire & Humber
Figure 54. Development status of AD projects in the West Midlands
Figure 55. Scale distribution of AD projects in the West Midlands
Figure 56. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in the West Midlands
Figure 57. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in the West Midlands
Figure 58. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in the West Midlands
Figure 59. Map of AD projects in The West Midlands
Figure 60. Development status of AD projects in the East Midlands
Figure 61. Scale distribution of AD projects in the East Midlands
Figure 62. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in the East Midlands
Figure 63. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in the East Midlands
Figure 64. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in the East Midlands
Figure 65. Map of AD projects in the East Midlands
Figure 66. Development status of AD projects in the East of England
Figure 67. Scale distribution of AD projects in the East of England
Figure 68. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in the East of England
Figure 69. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in the East of England
Figure 70. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in the East of England
Figure 71. Map of AD projects in the East of England
Figure 72. Development status of AD projects in the South West of England
Figure 73. Scale distribution of AD projects in the South West of England
Figure 74. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in the South West of England
Figure 75. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in the South West of England
Figure 76. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in the South West of England
Figure 77. Map of AD projects in The South West of England
Figure 78. Development status of AD projects in the South East of England
Figure 79. Scale distribution of AD projects in the South East of England
Figure 80. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in the South East of England
Figure 81. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in the South East of England
Figure 82. Estimated land requirements for crops used in AD projects in the South East of England
Figure 83. Map of AD projects in the South East of England
Figure 84. Development status of AD projects in Greater London
Figure 85. Scale distribution of AD projects in Greater London
Figure 86. Projected theoretical deployment of AD projects in Greater London
Figure 87. Feedstock requirements for AD projects in Greater London
Figure 88. Map of AD projects in London

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