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Biomass refers to biological material obtained from live or recently living organisms. Agricultural byproducts and residues, woody waste products, and crops and microorganisms developed particularly for fuel are all examples of bioenergy sources. Biomass is described as living or recently deceased organisms, as well as any of their byproducts, whether plant or animal. Coal, oil, and other fossilized traces of life, as well as soils, are widely thought to be excluded by the term.

Bioenergy is a renewable energy source that is obtained from biomass. Bioenergy development could help to ensure long-term environmental and economic sustainability, as well as minimize the climate impact of fossil fuel use.

  • Renewable sources of energy and materials
  • Biological Residues
  • Bioenergy Processes
  • Bioenergy Utilization
  • Biomass power
  • Biomass challenges

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