Drax: Biomass plans still on track despite subsidy rule changes

Jessica Shankleman
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Government wants to change law so that it can reduce future subsidies for biomass co-firing plants under Renewable Obligation scheme

Drax has maintained its current plans to convert the UK's largest coal-fired power plant to run on biomass will not be affected by government proposals to reduce future subsidies for biomass co-firing...

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