Dong awaits tax rules before converting biomass plant
May 28, 2013
By Sally Bakewell
May 28, 2013 – Dong Energy, Denmark’s largest utility, has chosen to postpone switching a power station to burn biomass instead of coal and wait to see what the governments new tax cost is for producing heat from renewable fuel first.
The project faces a delay of one year while Dong
waits for the Danish government to set the fees, outlined as part of a national
energy plan agreed in March last year, Carsten Birkeland Kjaer, a company
spokesman, said in a statement.
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