What role does biomass have to play in our energy supply?

Biomass
Typography

Biomass is a renewable energy source, generated from burning wood, plants and other organic matter, such as manure or household waste.

It releases CO2 when burned, but considerably less than fossil fuels. We consider biomass a renewable energy source, if the plants or other organic materials being burned are replaced.

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Source: Energy Saving Trust

 

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