Energy Technologies Institute to invest £160,000 in seven-month project to review greenhouse gas emissions associated with biomass materials
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) is to invest £160,000 in a new seven-month project to review the life cycle greenhouse gas emissions associated with bioenergy feedstocks, including organic biomass...
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