Drax appoints independent advisory board and promises 'stronger' biomass sourcing policy

Madeleine Cuff
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Drax appoints independent advisory board and promises 'stronger' biomass sourcing policy

Energy giant has faced criticism for use of biomass in the past

Drax, the energy firm behind Europe's largest biomass burning power plant, has today announced a "stronger" biomass sourcing policy and the launch of a new Independent Advisory Board (IAB) to scrutinise...

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