Renewable


15
Feb 2013

The term biomass covers a wide variety of both fuel and conversion technologies. Usually, the term biomass refers to woody or agricultural products being converted into useful energy through different conversion technologies (Ecofys BV 2006). Biomass often refers to solid materials such as wood, branches, industrial wood waste, urban solid waste and agricultural residues (agriculture plants, animal feeding); whereas bio-fuel refers to the (final) products that are liquids. Important conversion technologies are: Burning, incineration, Gasification, Digestion Background For ages, Albanians rely on fuel wood for cooking their food and heating their homes. Therefore, there is......

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