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February 8, 2018

Wood pellet co-firing to resume in the Netherlands; imports expected to rise sharply

Wood pellet co-firing to resume in the Netherlands; imports expected to rise sharply
German utilities company, RWE AG, expects to start co-firing biomass at its 600 MW coal-fired plant in the Netherlands by the end of February. The company plans to co-fire 50pc biomass at Amer 9, which will consume around 900,000 t/yr.    The production is further forecast to increase co-firing to 80pc in the coming years. This is very good news especially for Canadian wood pellet exporters, who will be among the first to ship to this plant.    The Netherlands used to be the largest importer of industrial ...

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