Biomass: Natures Most Flexible Energy Resource
Simply put, biomass is plant material or animal waste that can be used as a fuel source. While wood is the best-known example of biomass, rice hulls, waste straw, manure, surplus corn, peanut shells and any other plentiful organic material can also be used.
Download this fact sheet to learn about:
- Using biomass to heat
- Using biomass for steam, electricity, and gas
- Fueling vehicles with biomass
- Biomass resources
- Adding value to the agricultral community