Biomass as a heating source

November 2005
Utility Week;11/4/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p14
Trade Publication
Focuses on the potential of biomass heat to reduce carbon dioxide emissions according to a report issued by the Biomass Task Force in Great Britain. Suggestion from the task force regarding a grant aid for biomass heating boilers or combined heat and power equipment; Support extended by the task force to a programme of investment in biomass facilities; Possible increase in the renewable share of the heat market by 2010 and 2015.


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