Lack of critical mass in biomass

A lack of critical mass

Biomass

Never has a decaying mixture of forestry residues, agricultural crops, sewage and industrial waste been so exciting. The globe’s finite supply of fossil fuels is propelling a frenetic search for alternatives – and market participants and politicians believe biomass is one of the answers.

Biomass fuel consists of organic matter of recent origin, commonly including wood. The use of biomass fuels has increased steadily in recent years, particularly in Europe, where political leaders have signed up

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