Biomass Fuel . If you have a fireplace, the wood you burn in it is a Biomass fuel. What we now call a Biomass fuel was the source of heating for thousands of years. Biomass: A General Description. Biomass is energy that comes from organic material like plants
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If you have a fireplace, the wood you burn in it is a Biomass fuel. What we now call a Biomass fuel was the source of heating for thousands of years.
Direct Combustion- burning of biomass to produce heat for space heating and electricity production.
Biochemical (Bio Fuel)- the decomposition of organic material to produce ethanol, methane, or bio-diesel
Carbon cycle: the process by which carbon is taken up by plants and animals and returned to the environment in a continuous cycle
Heating with Wood, DOE, 2000
U.S. Dept. Of Energy, 2000
The Value of the Benefits of US Biomass Power, 1999