Approximately 6,000 trees will be planted at each of the government’s research institutes, including Orange and Yanco institutes.
Approximately 6,000 trees will be planted at each of the government’s research institutes, including Orange and Yanco institutes.

Biomass crop trials to boost sustainable energy

The New South Wales government has announced trials to increase the use of woody biomass crops to produce energy for electricity generation. 

The Department of Primary Industries (DPI), which is carrying out the $4m Biomass for Bioenergy project, said it could allow regional communities to become self-sufficient.

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