Biomass energyBiomass energy, or bioenergy, is energy produced by the conversion of biomass directly to heat, or to a liquid or gas that can be converted to energy.
Biomass fuelBiomass fuel is biomass converted directly to energy or converted to liquid or gaseous fuels such as ethanol, methanol, methane, and hydrogen.
Biomass gasificationBiomass gasification is the conversion of biomass into a gas, by biogasification or thermal gasification. In the latter, hydrogen is produced from high-temperature gasifying and low-temperature pyrolysis of biomass.
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