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ENA consults on biogas rules

The Energy Networks Association (ENA) is seeking views on how to remove barriers preventing biomethane producers from injecting their gas into the network.  
At the moment, biomethane sites are required to comply with costly and complex legal and regulatory requirements designed for large networks. ENA says a simpler approach would be through agreements between gas distribution networks (GDNs) and the biomethane producers.
The consultation closes on 9 July.

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