Kate de Selincourt2 cmpPelsmakers_SofieA feature in December’s issue of the CIBSE journal suggested that biomass boilers contribute to carbon reduction, but AECB members Sofie Pelsmakers and Kate de Selincourt take issue with this. They argue that since DECC itself now admits biomass is not always low carbon, we should also accept reality, and recognise that targets and subsidies for biomass increase emissions and undermine the drive for truly efficient buildings.



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