W4B has appealed the decision by Bristol City Council in February to refuse planning permission for their 50 MW biofuel power station at Avonmouth.
The appeal will be considered by a planning inspector in August. Whether or not you objected to the planning application, you can send in comments to the inspector - now possible up to the start of the public hearing, 10 August.
Palm Oil and Jatropha Oil are to be used. The volume of fuel used each year in this single power station will be roughly the same as the volume of palm oil currently going into UK transport biodiesel.
Full details of how to submit comments and background information at:
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