NFFONon-Fossil Fuel Obligation
NFFONational Federation of Fishermen's Organisations (UK)
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With the NFFO also finding that 52% of the UK eat fish at least once a week, yet stick to the "seafood staples" of cod, haddock and salmon, promoting a British-caught, sustainable fish can only be a good thing for our fishermen.
Also benefiting from the NFFO, the 36 megawatt plant requires 200,000 tonnes of straw per year supplied through long-term contracts with farmers within a 50 mile radius.
The Wind Fund intends to invest only in projects with planning permission that have been approved for NFFO purposes, and is the only ethical fund investing purely in green energy companies.
Relations between fishermen and fisheries scientists have come a long way and the Fisheries Science Partnership (FSP) established in 2003 by Defra, Cefas and the NFFO has played a central part in that transformation, setting a model widely copied in Europe.
These came on the back of electricity privatisation in 1990 which introduced the Non-Fossil Fuel Obligation (NFFO) and obliged UK electricity companies to secure specified amounts of supply from non-coal and oil sources.
Bob Casson, North East representative for the National Federation of Fishermen's Organisation (NFFO), said: "We have not been given transitional aid for retraining and it looks unlikely that we are going to get this.
The United Kingdom (UK) has enacted a similar Non-Fossil Fuel Obligation (NFFO).
The National Federation of Fishermen's Organisations (NFFO) has been working through the North Sea Regional Advisory Council on a plan for the prawn fisheries and it is essential that fishermen involve themselves in the development of these plans.
Also, the turbines are each rated at about 1.15 MW, not 1.3 MW, as the wind farm has an NFFO contract - if he really wants fine detail.
The National Fishing Federation of Fishermen's Organisation (NFFO) has said it will be doing all in its power to overturn an order newly agreed by the Environment Agency which will close the region's drift net fishery of salmon and trout.