Laser Technology Inc.
In large parts of Yorkshire, chances are that the electricity you use was generated using wood from Virginia, Georgia and other southern states of the USA.
This is because Drax power station, the largest in the country, has switched from coal to wood for two (soon three) of its six furnaces. This is both for economic and environmental reasons, hoping to reduce net carbon emissions. Wood grows again, absorbing CO2, whereas coal doesn’t.
But questions have emerged as to whether it really does have a beneficial effect and whether net CO2 emissions are really reduced. read more >>