Biomass is the green king

Thompson, Dorothy
October 2015
Utility Week;10/2/2015, p6
Trade Publication
In this article, the author comments on energy production using sustainable biomass by Drax. Topics discussed include concerns of increasing energy prices, plans of the government of Great Britain to reduce carbon emissions, increase in the use of renewable sources for energy generation, and use of low-carbon energy by the company.


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