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Implications of EU renewable energy policy for wood use in Europe


, : Implications of EU renewable energy policy for wood use in Europe. Scandinavian Forest Economics: , 453-466

The European Union is aiming to substantially increase the use of renewable energy. In 2007, the EU set a target of 20% of the overall energy consumption should be derived from renewable sources by 2020. National targets based on this figure were agreed upon at the beginning of this year. As wood is currently the most important source for renewable energy, the new targets can be expected to have strong implications for wood use in Europe.

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