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19 maart 2009

Klimaatbeleid Zweden voorbeeld voor EU

Photo (c) Laurenz Bobke

By Ben Block, Eye on Earth, Worldwatch Institute, March 18, 2009

The Swedish city of Kalmar is replacing most of its fossil fuel-fired furnaces with cogeneration plants, which burn sawdust and timber waste from the surrounding wooded region. The city of 60,000 is replacing most of its oil, gas, and electric furnaces for district heat with cogeneration plants, which burn sawdust and timber waste from the surrounding wooded region. Publicly owned cars and buses have switched to burning either biogas made from waste wood and chicken manure, or an 85 percent ethanol blend from Brazil.
Kalmar has become a model for what all of Sweden hopes to achieve.

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