September 13, 2022
EU Parliament groups rally behind plans to end biomass subsidies
The three largest political groups in the European Parliament have backed proposals to end subsidies for biomass used in power plants and exclude primary wood burning from the EU’s renewable energy targets. The biomass amendments, part of the EU’s renewable energy directive, will be submitted to a plenary vote in the European Parliament on Wednesday (14 September). “We’re going to end the subsidies,” said Nils Torvalds, a Finnish lawmaker from the Parliament’s centrist Renew group who is leading on the biomass proposal. “Due to ...
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