Bioenergy from sustainable feedstocks will play a key role in creating a low carbon UK. Biomass is expected to make a significant contribution towards the government commitment of meeting 15% of the UK's energy demand from renewable sources by 2020.
Biomass can replace fossil fuels with limited disruption to customers and the existing UK energy infrastructure. Like coal, oil and gas, it can be stored for later use. However, careful management of stock is required to maintain the quality
A climate change strategy for Norfolk
The actions of our generation will affect the quality of life of our children and generations to come. The full effects of climate change may not be felt for some decades, but decision time is upon us.
Norfolk County Council