Biomass could chip in more power than predicted

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Deloitte report says clear regulation and sustainability safeguards could help biomass provide over a fifth of UK electricity by 2020

Biomass could contribute far more than the fifth of UK electricity it is expected to deliver by the end of the 2020s, according to a major new report by Deloitte. The report argues that burning woodchip...

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