Who is the biggest EfW winner of the ROCs review?

Who is the biggest EfW winner of the ROCs review?
Energy-from-waste is one of the sectors that has gained from DECC's response to a review of the Renewables Obligation Certificate (ROC) subsidy banding - but which technology stream will profit most from the new levels?
EfW with combined heat and power
Advanced conversion technologies
Anaerobic digestion
Landfill gas

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