Relaxation of co-firing rules raises concerns for other renewables

In a bid to boost the long-term prospects for energy crops, the Government has proposed a relaxation of the rules on co-firing of biomass in coal-fired power stations.1 But there are concerns that the move may undermine investment in other renewables - and increase CO2 emissions by subsidising coal-fired generation.

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