NORTH YORKSHIRE, England , Feb. 16, 2017 (Yorkshire Post) -
Power station Drax said that 65 per cent of its electricity was generated from sustainable compressed wood pellets last year as it forges ahead with plans to ditch coal in favor of biomass.
This was up from 43 per cent in 2015, bringing it closer to its long term goal of being 100 per cent biomass.
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Drax power station increases production of electricity from wood pellets during 2016 to 65% [From the web]