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We are happy to announce that, despite the COVID-19 pandemic and related quarantine restrictions, we’ve managed to harvest rhizomes from our Miscanthus giganteus nursery plantations.
We recently informed you how we have successfully completed biomass harvesting of our miscanthus fields. Shortly after, a portion of that biomass successfully found its’ users – and they are thrilled. Therefore, we are bringing you a short video where you can see the first media clips from the user’s yards and stables.
We’ve prepared everything for miscanthus field day 2020, to show farmers how ordinary agricultural machinery, which can be found in every large village, works perfectly at miscanthus biomass harvesting.
Drax Group plc announced on Feb. 27 that the company will stop burning coal by March 2021, far ahead of the U.K. government’s 2025 deadline. Drax also released full year 2019 financial results on Feb. 27 and provided an update of its biomass strategy.
Two public reports on land use contribution to climate mitigation have recently been published showing the case for bioenergy as a driver towards a climate-friendly use of land. Bioenergy not only provides direct greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reduction by providing renewable and low carbon energy, but also provides economic incentives to land uses enhancing carbon …
Wood-fired power will actually increase emissions over timescales relevant to the Paris Agreement
Europe is on a journey to phase out coal. Fifteen countries have announced an end to coal burning in their power sectors since 2015. This gives a wealth of policy experience to learn from. This report contains insight from 20 experts across 10 countries. Together, the policies suggested fit together to solve the puzzle of …