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Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)

The DECC works to make sure the UK has secure, clean, affordable energy supplies and promote international action to mitigate climate change. They are responsible for; energy security, action on climate change, renewable energy, affordability, fairness, supporting growth and managing the UK’s energy legacy safely, securely and cost effectively

Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA)

DEFRA are the UK government department responsible for policy and regulations on environmental, food and rural issues. They are responsible for policy and regulations on: The natural environment, biodiversity, plants and animals, Sustainable development and the green economy, Food, farming and fisheries, Animal health and welfare, Environmental protection and pollution control & Rural communities and issues.

Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (OFGEM)

OFGEM are a non-ministerial government department and an independent National Regulatory Authority, recognised by EU Directives. Their principal objective when carrying out our functions is to protect the interests of existing and future electricity and gas consumers.They work effectively with, but are independent of, government, the energy industry and other stakeholders within a legal framework determined by the UK government and the European Union.

Renewable Energy Association (REA)

The REA represents the UK's renewable energy industry, covering renewable power, heat and transport. REA helps its members build commercially and environmentally sustainable businesses whilst increasing the contribution of renewable energy to the UK’s electricity, heat, transport and green gas needs. The REA endeavours to achieve the right regulatory framework for renewables and organics waste recycling to deliver an increasing contribution to the UK's electricity, heat, recycling and transport needs.

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Anaerobic Digestion and Bioresources Association (ADBA)

ADBA wants to ensure we can deliver all the benefits of AD. They work with industry, government, NGOs, media, professional bodies, the public, and their members to promote and develop AD, and to tackle AD issues across the UK. They particularly draw on the expertise of their members to allow them to deal with the latest issues, and anticipate and act on any potential problems or opportunities, before feeding directly into the policy-making process.