Lindegaard, Kevin
July 2006
Farmers Weekly;7/28/2006, Vol. 145 Issue 4, p36
Trade Publication
The article presents a list of bioenergy contracts under consideration and construction in Great Britain, including Drax Power Station in Yorkshire, England by Drax Power Ltd., Eccleshall Biomass Power Station in Staffordshire, England by Bical, and the Bluestone Project in South Wales by Pembrokeshire Bioenergy.


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