About bioenergy

Bioenergy provides heat, electricity and fuel for transport from solid biofuels (such as wood chips, wood pellets or organic waste), liquids (such as biodiesel from tallow or used cooking oil) or gas (such as those produced in waste water or sewage treatment plants).

Bioenergy and biofuels are derived from biomass or organic waste. These may be from forestry and wood processing, energy crops, food processing, municipal solid and liquid waste or agricultural residues.

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