WHAT IS BIOMASS ENERGY
Biomass is organic plant based material from living organisms, used as a source of energy. Biomass can be achieved by: thermal, chemical, and biochemical methods. There are many different types of biomass energy that one can use. When you have the knowledge to what materials can be use, there is no need to go without energy.
TYPES OF BIOMASS ENERGY
Wood logs, chips, bark, and sawdust. Since there is always fallen trees, limbs, barks on the ground, all you must do is gather what you need for your energy needs.
Corn crops can be grown in large volumes, making it cost effective. Simply grown your energy and always have the supplies you need to survive.
Turning your trash into fuel is a great way to recycle, reuse and save money.
Organic material containing cellulose, starch and sugar can be made into ethanol.
Types of yard waste that can be used include: plants, food waste, yard clippings and non-recyclable paper.
Most biodiesel today is made from soybean oil.
Organic animal waste such as livestock manure can be used, this is great if you are raising livestock.
BENEFITS OF BIOMASS ENERGY
Some benefits of biomass energy include: It’s abundant, It’s easy to convert, portable, cheap, renewable and easy to find.