Fuel gate opens for UK farmers

Ames, Stuart
May 2006
Farmers Weekly;5/12/2006, Vol. 144 Issue 19, p71
Trade Publication
The article reports on the demand of the National Farmers Union (NFU) for the establishment of a policy regarding sustainable energy in Great Britain. It requires the government to ensure the sourcing of renewable energy from British farms. It also demands 40% grants from the government in support of biomass production plants. NFU president Peter Kendall remarks on the readiness of British agriculture in renewable fuels.


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