What is Biomass? Biomass, a renewable energy source, is biological material from living, or recently living organisms, this can include wood chips, pellets and wood waste. Biomass is commonly grown to generate electricity or produce heat.
Although fossil fuels have their origin in ancient biomass, they are not considered biomass by the generally accepted definition because they contain carbon that has been "out" of the carbon cycle for a very long time. Their combustion therefore disturbs the carbon dioxide content in the atmosphere.
Benefits of using biomass as a sustainable fuel:
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