Centrica bails on British biomass plants

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Utility blames government's "preference" for converted plants or co-firing for dropping planned plants at Roosecote and Brigg

Centrica Energy has pulled the plug on two planned biomass power plants, citing the government's "preference" for alternative biomass and coal technologies. Neither the proposed 80MW biomass power station...

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