Notes

1. REW January/February 2005

2. 'Global growth: The world biomass market', Bruce Knight and Alan Westwood, REW, January/February 2005, pp. 118-127

3. Ian French, author of the Frost and Sullivan report on the European biogas sector. REW July/August 2003, pp. 120-131

4. REW January/February 2005, p. 127

5. Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution report, May 2004

6. 'Fuelling the Future 3 - Biofuels', report by the Institute of Biology and British Crop Protection Council, February 2002

7. Worldwatch Web News June 27 2005

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