29 Jan '18, 11am

UK @EnvAgency increase in environmental permitting charges ‘unjustified’ says ADBA https://t.co/iNSM6BpOSw

ADBA, the UK trade body for the anaerobic digestion industry, has labelled the proposals in the Environment Agency’s consultation on its Strategic Review of Charges as ‘unjustified’ on the basis that AD operators will find the new charges very challenging to meet. The changes proposed in the consultation include significant increases in the majority of charges associated with environmental permitting (including application fees and ongoing annual subsistence fees), which will have financial implications for all new and existing AD operators who operate under environmental permits in England. It is thought that in some cases, the increases will double the existing charge. The changes are due to be implemented from April 2018, just two months from the conclusion of the consultation period. “Whilst ADBA supports the need for a well-resourced, effective regulator, the proposed...

Full article: https://www.renewableenergymagazine.com/biogas/uk-environ...

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Chubb Launches Agency Management & Agency Underwriting Unit in Singapore

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insurancejournal.com 29 Jan '18, 11am

Chubb announced the launch of a new Agency Management and Underwriting unit in Singapore. This dedicated unit will manage ...