Denmark proposes pathway for ‘sustainable’ biomass

The stricter measures will ensure biomass in Denmark is as green as possible [Barnyz / Flickr]

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The Danish government and a majority coalition of eight parties have proposed stricter legal requirements for wood biomass used for heat and electricity in the country.

The agreed proposal will ensure biomass is produced sustainably, securing a climate-friendly transition from coal in the short run while other alternatives are being pursued in the long term.

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Source: EURACTIV

 

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