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EU carbon legislation has had unintended consequences

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As the European Union continues its drive toward reducing its carbon footprint by closing coal plants and substituting biomass (wood chips/pellets) and other renewables, the impact is being felt in the United States. The U.S. Energy Information Administration in a new report noted that wood exports from the U.S. nearly doubled last year and most of it went to Europe. The United Kingdom alone received over half of this wood in pellet form. As noted ...

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