AMSTERDAM, Nov 24 (GCTL) - The port of Amsterdam is gearing-up for a boom in biomass volumes as a result of an increasing focus on renewable energy and new Dutch Government proposals.
Currently, the Dutch ports handle 1.5 million tonnes of biomass each year, but as a result of the growing requirement for biomass in North European countries, it is expected this will increase to around 13.5 million tonnes by 2020.
The port of Amsterdam already handles some biomass from source countries including Canada , the US and Brazil , but it expects its volumes to reach six million tonnes by 2020.
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