Biomass energy is generated from organic material, plant or animal waste, which is burned to provide energy, such as heat & electricity. Since they come from living sources, these products potentially never run out which makes biomass become a renewable energy source.
The burning of biomass does release carbon dioxide but captures carbon dioxide for its own growth. Carbon dioxide released by fossil fuel is released into the atmosphere and are harmful to the environment. Many energy sources struggle to control their carbon dioxide emissions as these can cause harm to the ozone layer and increase the effects of greenhouse gases. Replacing a coal or electric heating system with a biomass boiler can help you reduce your carbon dioxide output by up to 9.5 tons.
Prices of traditional fuels like oil and gas are steadily increasing, and this tendency is not expected to change anytime soon, biomass has much more stable prices. Moreover, prices for biomass are close to gas prices but much cheaper than electric heating and solid fuel, so a biomass boiler is an ideal replacement for those kinds of systems.
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