Isaac Cisneros

What is biomass?

Biomass is biological material from living, or recently living organisms, most often referring to plants or plant-derived materials.

Why Biomass is renewable?

Biomass is renewable because biomass is found in any living or once living thing. Biomass is created with in a short period of time, Which makes it renewable.

Where Biomass is found.

Biomass is found any where. Biomass is found in Wood, crops, yard and animal

waste. But since fossil fuels has taken majority of the energy, Biomass hasn't ben in use like it used to, But its still very important. The only you may not find biomass is in the desert.

What biomass comes from.

You can find anyone using it.

how it produces energy.

"In a process called photosynthesis, plants capture sunlight and transform it into chemical energy. This energy may then be converted into electricity, heat, or liquid fuels using a number of different energy conversion processes. Two of these processes are as follows: Solid biomass fuels are burned in a boiler. The heat produced turns water to steam which is then used to turn a turbine generator to produce electricity. The second method involves gasifying the biomass and then burning it. The organic resources that are used to produce energy using these processes are collectively called biomass"

Who uses biomass the most.

Countries like finland, USA, and Sweden uses it more then countries like India, china, and Asia.

Biomass is used in mainly used in rural homes, over 90% and 15% in urban homes.

Is Biomass expensive.

Biomass is typically around 4.5-5p/kWh. More expensive than gas, but cheaper than oil or LPG. But you could find free biomass because they're in trees, corn on the cob, animal waste, crops, etc.

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