What is the difference between Biofuels and Biomass?



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    Biomass is a general term that refers to any plant or animal waste material that can be used to produce energy. This includes wood that you burn for fire, animal waste used to generate electricity, corn ethanol and biodiesel, and much more. The term “biofuels,” on the other hand, usually refers only to liquid fuels that are used to substitute for gasoline, such as ethanol and biodiesel. In other words, biofuels are a subset of biomass.

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