Bioenergy & Energy Conservation

 

The energy stored in biomass also termed as organic matter is called bioenergy. This energy has generally been produced through the process of photosynthesis or is an organic by-product from a waste stream. Bioenergy can be used as to give heat, or for making electricity and also used in making biological fuel. Wood, which people have used to cook and keep warm for thousands of years, is the biomass resource people are most familiar with. Bioenergy is the sustainable renewable energy source which will become a support towards global energy conservation.     

  • Bioenergy application
  • Sustainable use of crop waste
  • Energy conservation
  • Energy production

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