Monthly Archives: April 2012
See the previous blog in this series here. So, is biomass (or any bioenergy for that matter) carbon neutral? No, of course not.
First the good news: The UK has lots of shale gas, if we can get it out of the ground, and the Government favours gas powered energy generation. And, there are companies (almost) falling over themselves to exploit it. Now … Continue reading
Sorry for the headline, but everyone else has been making puns,and I didn’t want to feel left out. So, a panel of experts have said that Britain should resume the extraction of shale gas by hydraulic fracking subject to new … Continue reading
While it may appear that single-issue campaign group Biofuelwatch may be having trouble drumming up much support for its protests, it seems to be having more success with getting its message out in the press. Back in February the NGO’s … Continue reading
Anti-bioenergy campaign group Biofuelwatch started its spring protest campaign this month. Last week it held a banner demonstration outside the European Biomass to Power conference in London. Despite getting extra publicity before the event from ActionAid and PressTV, its not … Continue reading