Biomass Power Station Burns – I told you so!

When the first proposals to build a biomass wood pellet burning power station in the United Kingdom were mooted (Port Talbot in South Wales was chosen for this dubious honour) I wrote on these pages warning about the project and generally explaining that biomass power stations seemed to be to me to have environmental disadvantages in terms of massive carbon dioxide emissions as well as potential dangers in that wood pellets were liable to spontaneous combust when stored in large quantities. Continue reading