The Danish energy industry seeks to ensure that coal and natural gas will be replaced by sustainable biomass. The wood burned in Danish power plants comes from well-managed and sustainable forestry. The forest industry’s main product is high-quality wood for timber, and wood for energy purposes is mainly a by-product such as residue and waste wood. Besides, the timber price is three times higher than the price for wood used in energy production.
Facts like these and other kinds of information about sustainable biomass can be found in the pamphlet Biomass for Energy.
Biomass for Energy describes why biomass is a key factor moving toward a fossil free society.