Guyana, Suriname and Haiti
All over the world. Any waste of products that can be grown and regrown is biomass. Most countries have energy producers that use these wastes to produce energy.
no one uses biomass energy
the energy derived from stored energy in biomass is called biomass energy. (biomass is the bodies of living things)
As long as we can keep growing vegetation that we can use for burning, then biomass will be reliable.
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 means plant growth of various sorts, all plants use solar energy to grow through photosynthesis, and chemicals in the soil or applied as fertiliser. Biomass provides thermal energy, when it is used ie burned
Biomass energy is renewable as Fossil Fuels are not
Biomass has been restricted to rural areas. It is not used in cities.
Stefania Alonso has written: 'Biofuel use in the U.S.' -- subject(s): Biomass energy, Biomass energy industries, Energy policy
Energy from biomass is released by combustion.
Yes, biomass is an energy resource. It is a renewable energy.
Energy gets into biomass when planets use sunlight to turn water and carbon dioxide into sugar.
We turn it into energy by doing it.
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Biomass energy produces 3% of the worlds energy
biomass energy is energy used to ejaculate on a womans breast :)
70% of people ate living in their developing countries use biomass to heat their homes and cook their food
There are a few disadvantages of using biomass energy. Some of the disadvantages include the cost, use of fossil fuels, and environmental hazards.
Biomass energy is widely used. One state that uses biomass is Oregon.
Usually, per year America, the UK, and Wales use the most biomass energy