- Wood and forest residues which are harvested in sustainable way.
- Crop residues like wheat straw.
- Energy crops which don’t compete with food crops for land.
- Clean industrial and municipal wastes.
Recent researches by researchers indicate that biomass can be converted more cleanly into liquid fuels. For example, producing combustible gases from gaseous process. It decreases different kinds of emissions from biomass combustion.
Typically, biomass offers environmental, economic and energy security benefits.
- Biomass energy decreases air pollution and net carbon emissions.
- It contributes to protect the quality of soil, maintain wildlife habitat and avoid erosion.
- Biomass helps to minimize the dependency on importing fossil fuels which reduces our expenses.
- Rapid growth of biomass energy technology helps farmers and forest owners to obtain valuable new markets for their new energy crops, forest and crops residues.
- It contributes to minimize the global warming.