Village uses forest biomass to become self sufficient

Biomassa DiBa
Catalonia (Llinars del Vallès)

The use of forest biomass to generate heat energy is huge in Europe: trunk, bark, branches, needles leaves and roots can be converted into biofuels which are clean and economical.

Watch ► In the fight against climate change, Llinars del Vallès – a picturesque village in between two National Parks in Catalonia – wants to become self-sufficient, using only renewable energy. And this is how they are going to do it.

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Lisa Goldapple, Editor, Atlas of the Future (17 February 2020)

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Diputació de Barcelona

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