Government action must match policy in order to boost UK CHP sector

These are the conclusions from the UK CHPA Conference held in London on 16 November, one day after the Climate Change Bill was announced as part of the Queen's Speech. The Bill sets forth the UK's commitment to reduce carbon emissions by 60% by 2050, but does not spell out any annual targets.

A water pollution control plant in the City of Millbrae, California, has been fitted with upgraded equipment that uses a common urban waste -- inedible kitchen grease from restaurants -- to produce biogas for generating renewable heat and power to treat the city's wastewater.

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