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How much does it cost to use biomass?

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2010-10-26 14:29:54
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2.8 cents per kilowatt hour

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kilowatts isn't a dollar amount


biomass is not cheap..biomass would cost almost twice as much on average as gas or coal-fired electricity.


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It depends what you mean by if your talking about a biomass boiler then that will cost anywhere between 6,000-12,000 pounds which in U.S. dollars would be 10,000-20,000 dollars.



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you can increase the use of biomass by planting 20 flowers in a row and watiting until they die than you have increased the use of biomass.


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Biomass is currently in use in many places.


Beacuse biomass is harder to find and coal burnes faster then Biomass.


I am pretty sure that LESS electricity is generated with biomass, meaning that its use is not as common as coal.


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no one uses biomass energy


Yes, it is ethical. Biomass is useful, but it is not essential, and Much biomass comes from land or crops that could be used for food. It can be unethical to use something faster than it can be replaced, depending on what it is. To do this with trees is unethical, but with natural gas it is not.


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Its goin to cost more in the future


we use biomass to create electricity or power that is renewable. examples of renewable energy resources are wind ,solar power,biomass,sun and lots more.


People use the most biomass in USA (United States of America) and Africa was proved to be the continent which uses less biomass.


Biomass is not smelly at all, they use a machine to suck out the chemicals that make it smell. So if your reason for our world not to use biomass because it smells is a false statement


A typical biomass burning station that is built to supply 40,000 homes worth of electricity per year costs 7 million US dollars to set up and it may cost 89 million to inprove


biomass is gather by nonliving things that we don't use anymore


The use of biomass for fuel can reduce the consumption of oil and coal.


People in the early age used biomass for fuel.



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