How is burning Sorghum at coal plants a good thing?



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    It may not be depending on its energy input to energy output ratio, but assuming it is above 1:1 it is supplementing what essentially is “biofuel” for fossil fuel – and in this way while atmospheric carbon converted into organic mass by the Sorghum is combusted, fossil fuels which are what you could call sequestered carbon are not combusted.

    Past this, burning Sorghum and the carbon released by them are not tallied in carbon capping, as these carbon emissions restrictions only pertain to fossil fuel derived emissions.

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