Dr Nina Skorupska of the REA argues that the government's fudged policies on biomass are undermining a cost-effective and sustainable source of clean energy
Biomass has long represented an awkward area for greens, complicated by a combination of vociferous opposition from many NGOs fed on a diet of quasi-science and half-truth, and the problem that many who...
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