Europe ‘black hole’ for Canadian pellets
Europe 'black hole' for Canadian pellets
According to a report in the Miller-McCune on-line journal, Europe has gone mad for North American pellets to meet its fossil fuel emissions targets.
October 12, 2011 By Miller-Mcune
A thriving transatlantic trade in compressed wood scraps is creating New World timber jobs and meeting Old World clean energy requirements, the journal reports. One strange side effect of the European campaign to slash emissions by 2020 is a boom in North American timber products. Read the full report here .
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