Farmer backing pellet power
An energy crop farmer has launched a firm to improve the supply chain for biomass power stations.
William Cracroft-Eley, owner of the Hackthorn Hall estate, says more use of miscanthus, a type of grass, could help the UK to reach its green energy targets.
The new firm, Terravesta, this month produced its first combustible pellets from a new plant – processing 1,000 tonnes for a major power generation customer.
Mr Cracroft-Eley said: "I now believe, more than ever, that miscanthus has a real commercial future for both growers and heat and power users in the UK."
Get hi lites or low lites and a cut & blowdry with Hannah or Daniel between 10th and 14th December for only £40.00 please contact the salon for more details, just let us know its with this voucher.
Terms: terms and conditions apply and limited spaces
Contact: 01522 305178
Valid until: Saturday, December 14 2013