The Netherlands should phase out the use of biomass for generating electricity as soon as possible, the advisory board of the Dutch government said in a report presented earlier this month. Biomass is an “indispensable” resource for the circular economy, but burning it is wasteful. That is the main message of the report issued on 8 July by the Socio-Economic Council (SER), an independent advisory board of the Dutch government consisting of entrepreneurs, employees and independent experts. In the chemical industry, the building sector and agriculture, biological ...
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