Richardson, David
November 2002
Farmers Weekly;11/29/2002, Vol. 137 Issue 22, p76
Trade Publication
Discusses the implication of tax incentives for growing energy crops for biofuel use in Great Britain. Reason for the viable use of farm crops as energy sources; Actions to be taken by the government to encourage the use of biofuel; Objectives of the proposal of the European Union to reduce the excise tax for green fuels.


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