Emissions tax on its way for Denmark’s farmers
Phelim O'Neill
With New Zealand reversing its decision on a carbon tax for agriculture, Denmark is the first country in the world to have a start date for a carbon tax on farmers.
26 June 2024 News
Europe to see €25bn in private biomethane investments by 2030
The projected investments by 2030 will see the construction of 950 new biomethane plants across Europe, alongside the 1,300 facilities already operational, according to the European Biogas Association.
25 June 2024 News
Denmark to tax farmers for livestock emissions
The environmental tax, due to come into force in 2030, aims to help the country meet climate targets.
Derogation retention needs a united front - Kelleher
The decision of the Dutch government to seek a derogation gives more confidence for the Irish campaign, according to MEP Billy Kelleher.
20 May 2024 News
Dutch likely to row back and seek further derogation
This comes as a coalition was formed in the Netherlands this week, with the new government saying it will seek to renew the country’s nitrates derogation.
17 May 2024 News
Why Denmark won’t be renewing its nitrates derogation
From 1 August 2024, a 170kg N/ha stocking rate will be in place for Danish farmers. It has decided not to renew its nitrates derogation.
18 April 2024 News
Kellys of Borris takes on Danish stone collector brand
Kellys of Borris, Co Carlow, has been appointed Irish agent for the Danish-built Stoneless ATV towed stone collector brand.
15 February 2024 News
ESB to recycle old wind turbine blades for new e-mobility hub
The semi-State body has partnered with Cork-based start-up BladeBridge to repurpose decommissioned wind turbine blades, a key problem facing wind farm developers.
31 January 2024 News