7.Biomass Energy

Biomass is defined as alive or newly dead organisms and any by-products of those organisms, plant or animal. Biomass can be used to produce renewable power, thermal energy, or transportation fuels (biofuels).  It most often refers to plants or plant-based resources which are specifically called lignocellulose biomass. As an energy basis, biomass can either can used as straight via combustion to produce heat, or indirectly  converting it to various forms of biofuels and these biofuels can be used for transportation. Firing of biomass and fossil fuels is a low-cost means of reducing greenhouse gas emissions, improving cost-effectiveness, and reducing air pollutants in existing power plants and as well as environment. Animals waste can be a great source for biomass which produces of alternative fuels that can be used to replace fossil fuels. Biomass in the form of dead plants, trees, grass, leaves, crops, manure, garbage’s.

  • Wood and farming products
  • Solid waste
  • Landfill gas or bio gas
  • Alcohol fuels
  • Conversion system technologies
  • Integrated biomass technologies

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