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2017 Wood Pellet Outlook: Out Of The Woods?

The global wood pellet market has endured a challenging 2016. Acute oversupply in both industrial and heating sectors, combined with relatively warm temperatures and overrunning maintenance issues at Drax have pressured operating rates and led to a record drop in prices. While certain players have taken steps to rebalance the market, fundamentals remain weak moving […]

European Renewables Group Seeks Tight Policy

From: Wood Bioenergy Editors The European renewables industry has weighed in on a call from the European Commission for input on an EU policy for sustainable bioenergy from 2020 to 2030. The Commission earlier announced it will present an improved EU policy for sustainable bioenergy for the period after 2020, as part of the revision […]

UK Plans To Build World’s Largest Wood-Burning Power Plant

The United Kingdom has announced plans to build the world’s largest biomass power plant. The Tees Renewable Energy Plant (REP) will be located in the Port of Teesside, Middlesbrough and it will have a capacity of 299 MW. While the plant is designed to be able to function on a wide range of biofuels, its […]

EU Group Drops Biomass Rules

In a report published the end of February, the European Commission’s energy department has confirmed there will be no EU effort—yet—to develop regulations concerning standards for biomass origin and sustainability, though the issue of “sustainability criteria” would be reviewed in 2011. The issue was hotly debated last year during Commission meetings. The report stated that […]

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