Biomass project burns out


By Stewart Boyle and Rob Edwards BRITAIN’s bid to generate large amounts of electricity by burning biomass such as trees, plants and organic waste has all but collapsed. While 5 per cent of Britain’s electricity was supposed to come from biomass by 2010, technical and economic problems have brought a £79 million advanced biomass technology programme to a grinding halt. Farmers commissioned to grow biomass fuel have been left with no market for their crop. The biomass programme is a “disaster” and “a bloody mess”, says Richard Landen, a spokesman for British Biogen, the trade association that represents biomass generators,
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