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Energy in local government: Coal goes to wood pellets for Nottinghamshire schools. Energy World January 2008, P. 15

Heating its schools has always been a local affair for Nottinghamshire - thanks to its strong coal-mining traditions. But, during the past decade local coal has become increasingly scarce due to pit closures. One solution - at least for the County Council's school buildings - is a switch to wood pellets.

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