Energy Technology Institute report argues more home-grown energy crops for biomass would be cost-effective means of producing low carbon energy
Planting around 1.4 million hectares of additional bioenergy crops by the 2050s would make a significant contribution to cost effective, low carbon energy generation in the UK, research by the Energy Technologies...
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Masdar confirms flagship floating turbine project off the coast of Scotland has been operating at 65 per cent capacity