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A new study concludes that there is no economic or strategic case for coal-to-biomass conversion in the United Kingdom.
This blog was written in partnership with Adam Macon, Our Forests Aren't Fuel Campaign Director at the Dogwood Alliance.
This is a guest blog by Kenneth Richter. Kenneth is a Germany-based consultant to NRDC and has worked on biomass issues for 9 years.
A ground-breaking new study commissioned by NRDC and conducted by Vivid Economics, a London-based consultancy with expertise in UK energy systems, focuses squarely on how the United Kingdom can most cost-effectively phase out coal and replace it with the truly clean energy solutions we need to ensure a livable climate for future generations.
This weekend, over 400 clean energy decision-makers and stakeholders, including generators, marketers, utility representatives, purchasers, policymakers, and regional stakeholders will all meet in San Francisco for the annual Renewable Energy Markets (REM) conference and help decide where renewab