REA Biogas has been the voice of the biogas industry in the UK since 2004, and currently has over 200 member companies. It works to address barriers to the development of the biogas industry, often using specialist sub-groups and working closely with government, NGOs and organisations such as the CLA and NFU regarding on-farm biogas issues.

Members regularly attend meetings alongside relevant teams in Defra, BEIS, Ofgem and other key government departments, where they can network and help influence the major issues affecting the UK biogas industry.

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