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Industry News Comment W


elcome to the Summer issue of Forest Bioenergy Review. Since the issue published this Spring, the vexed subject of emissions and the environment has been making headlines and here in the UK we have seen days of protests by members of the group


Extinction Rebellion bring London to a standstill, whilst points of view were aired in the strongest terms in newspapers, discussed on radio and broadcast on national TV. Although I would never object to any peaceful protest, it was ironic to see traffic brought to a standstill for hours and vehicles of all types with their engines running as their drivers moved forward a few feet at a time.


This situation prevented the normal dissipation of exhaust fumes/emissions


and compounded the effects of air pollution on those who live and work in London. I also had to laugh when an activist stated in all seriousness that air travel should be restricted to emergency use only – what government could ever agree to that?


Britain’s current Prime Minister, Theresa May, announced on 12 June that the


UK Parliament had introduced legislation that will mandate the country to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050. Bioenergy, together with other renewable technologies, will, I am sure, help to accomplish this desirable goal. After all, as one of the key reporters to this industry, Forest Bioenergy Review has long promoted the scope of the existing technology to achieve success, providing there is the political will to enact sensible and pragmatic legislation.


Coming up, we have the E-Newsletter at the end of July followed by our


AUTUMN print issue, which will be looking at: Biomass as a raw material and storage; Maximising forest harvesting; and Environmental protection systems.


Vince Maynard Front cover picture this month from Metsä Fibre. See page 10


FOREST BIOENERGY REVIEW Volume 9, Number 42 – Summer 2019 Contact information


PUBLISHER &


EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Vince Maynard KVJ Enterprises, Tralee, Hillcrest Road, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 6JS, UK Tel: +44 (0) 1732 505724 Mobile: +44 (0) 7747 002286 E: pulppaperlogistics@virginmedia.com


CONSULTANT EDITOR David Young Tel: +44 (0) 1737 551687 Mobile: +44 (0) 7785 796826 E: youngeditorial1@btinternet.com


ISSN 2045-8514 ©2019 KVJ Enterprises Summer 2019 Forest Bioenergy Review 1


REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Einar Johansson Mobile: +46 70 234 80 85 E: einar.lennart@gmail.com


PRODUCTION Anthony Wiffen ASTAC Business Publishing Tel: +44 (0) 1622 850063 Mobile: +44 (0) 7557 280 769 E: anton_print_1@mac.com


PRINTING Brown Knight and Truscott Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN2 3BW, UK Tel: +44 (0)1892 511678


Biogas South


Australia 18


Biogas energy storage system launches at wastewater plant


20 Events


SkogsElmia 2019 – more and better than expected


Andritz


We need to protect what we have


14 17


Equipment Review


Mobile shredder transforms Crapper & Sons’ biomass operation


Contents 2


Metsä Fibre


Metsä Fibre starts pre-engineering


10


related to investments worth €1.7 billion


12 Valmet


Increasing efficiency for Combined Heat & Power plants and paper mills


Industry News


Neste: Finland to join Nordic forefront in reducing emissions in aviation


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