DECC dishes out wetland bioenergy funding

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Almost £300,000 awarded to seven projects aiming to accelerate the development of sustainable sources of biomass

Seven pioneering British bioenergy projects have been awarded a total of £292,000 of government funding, as part of the Department of Energy and Climate Change's (DECC) £2m wetlands biomass to bioenergy...

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