Biomass - Definition, glossary, details
Biomass is a renewable energy source derived from living or recently
dead biological material that includes trees, animal wastes, plant fiber and
associated residues. In the context of electricity generation, it refers to
plant matter grown specifically to produce electricity or other energy.
|Biochar||Biological Sequestration||Biomass Cofiring|
|Basel Convention||Baseline Emissions||Black Carbon|