RWE insists Lynemouth biomass conversion plans still on track

Jessica Shankleman
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Company insists group remains committed to biomass, despite Innogy unit's decision to sell off some plants

Energy giant RWE has denied reports it is putting up the "for sale" sign on its Lynemouth plant in Northumberland, despite its renewable energy division exiting the biomass market. Paul Coffey, RWE...

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