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Biomass is a renewable energy source that comes from plants and animal waste.
Biomass come in many forms. From crops and trees to sewage, animal waste, and landfill gases.
Biomass is formed when plants store some of the energy they get through photosynthisis and it spreads through the food chain.
Biomass has severale advantages over fossil fuels.
While biomass releases carbon dioxide when burned, when plants that were used grow back the carbon is reabsorbed and form carbon neutral.
Biomass can be transfermed into other forms of energy.
Garbage and organic waste is burned into methane.
Also crops can be ferminted into transpertation fuils like ethinall.
Biomass needs to be used more in parts of Europe, Africa, Mongolia, and Greenland.
It is used mostly in rural areas that get little electricity.
The only problem is that it is not the most efficieint. Plants only store 6.7% of there energy, but when plants grow they can store more energy.