6 Advantages of Biomass as an Energy Source

N/A | July 22, 2018

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Biomass energy is generated from organic material, plant or animal waste, which is burned to provide energy, e.g. heat & electricity. Since they come from living sources, these products potentially never run out which makes biomass a renewable energy source.

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