Are there biomass advantages? Actually, there are many advantages in using biomass as a source of energy which is why biomass projects are now increasingly regarded as viable enterprises by entrepreneurs and investors. Biomass—living or recently dead plants and animals and their waste—is abundant, unlike coal and petroleum, which have negative impacts on the environment, are expensive and hazardous to extract, and are not inexhaustible. Among the many biomass advantages, include it’s being renewable and with proper conservation practices can be replaced over time after harvest; it’s easy conversion into concentrated high energy biofuels, which are relatively clean burning; and its cost as compared to the cost of finding and extracting increasingly more scarce fossil fuels. It is believed that wider use of biomass could restore balance to the carbon cycle, ultimately slowing global warming. Moreover, scientists are discovering additional advantages regularly as various applications mature. Biomass is always widely available as a renewable source of energy, it is carbon neutral, its production adds a revenue source for manufacturers, and its use results in less garbage in landfills.
Large renewable energy and biochemical consulting firms certainly have experts in biofuels and renewable biofuels like bio ethanol, biodiesel, and renewable diesel, and the more common areas like biomaterials, biomass, biomass power, feedstocks, and biotechnology. In these larger consulting groups, one will also find energy consultants in some specialty area like other biofuels like algae biofuels, aviation/biojet fuels, ethanol, cellulosic ethanol, advanced biofuels, biodiesel, renewable diesel, renewable natural gas, renewable and biochemicals, biogas, syngas, biochar, bio coals, biobutanol, pyrolysis oil, producer gas, and wood pellets.
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