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Heavitree Youth FC Update

by Nicole Orme

If you can pull yourself away from World Cup fever, Aardvark sponsored Heavitree Youth FC have got to the end of the season on good form.  So far they have not lost a league game and it's looking like they will be in league 1 next year and will still be sporting their Aardvark sponsored kit.P1060043.jpg

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Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Scheme

by Nicholas Johnn

The long awaited reforms to the Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) Scheme are set to come in to force on 22nd May 2018. Following the consultation to reform the RHI scheme which was held back in 2016 and ...

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Environment Matters - 2018 Back Issues

by Nicole Orme

Back issues of the Environment Matters Newsletter

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Environmental Permitting Regulations Amendment

by Jon Pettitt

An amendment to the Environmental Permitting (England and Wales) (Amendment) Regulations was published at the beginning of the year to implement the Medium Combustion Plant Directive (MCPD). From 20th December 2018 new combustion plant in the range 1MW ? 50MW will require an Environmental Permit with upper limits on emissions of sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and dust. This will include all boilers, combustion plant used electricity generation and Combined Heat and Power (CHP) units. Measures for existing plant will be implemented on a phased basis depending on the capacity of the plant, with implementation dates in 2024 and 2029. Additional permit requirements are proposed for ?Specified Generators? used for electricity generation, and are not connected to the electricity transmission and distribution network. Draft guidance on the implementation of the MCPD is due to be published by the EA in May.

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Collaboration with Oxford Brookes MBA Programme

by Nick Leaney

Aardvark was delighted to have the opportunity to collaborate with the Oxford Brookes MBA programme to help unlock the potential for internationalization of our innovative energy technology knowledge.  The students were able to draw on the team's experience of exporting knowledge to Canada to identify key performance indicators, potential market barriers and ways to capitalise on the favourable economic and political climate for renewable energy.  The MBA students' final report and presentation has provided us with a useful and valuable framework going forward and we have already implemented some of their recommendations.

Aardvark continues to seek opportunities to integrate with leading energy, environment and sustainability academic programmes with UK Universities and we are excited to have been invited to participate in future MBA project collaborations with Oxford Brookes University as well as with the One Planet MBA programme at the University of Exeter.

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