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Energy from Biomass Promising?

Irena report renewable energy to 2030

A new Irena report, examines the biomass potential in world regions and with different technologies for rapid and sustainable scale-up

Biomass Could Reach 60% of Total Global Renewable Energy Use by 2030.

Sustainable biomass can reduce global CO2 emissions, new IRENA report tell us.

For example: Algae-based biofuel absorbs carbon dioxide as it grows. This biomass energy source wastes CO2 and the wastewater can be used as nutrients. Algae give higher energy per-acre than other bio-fuels and can be grown on land unsuitable for other types of agriculture. Let’s have a look at the potentials of Biomass Power.

IRENA Director of Innovation and Technology Dolf Gielen about Bio Energy:

“Sustainable bioenergy has the potential to be a game-changer in the global energy mix. Sustainably sourced biomass, such as residues, and the use of more efficient technology and processes can shift biomass energy production from traditional to modern and sustainable forms, simultaneously reducing air pollution and saving lives.”

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