Government turn on the woodfuel tap

Goodall, Stuart
June 2006
Forestry & British Timber;Jun2006, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports on the British Government's response to Ben Gill's Task Force report into biomass and renewable energy. The response's major theme is the development of the renewable heat market. A five-year scheme will focus on biomass boilers, with funding of £10-15 million over the first two years.


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