The term “biomass energy” can be used to refer to any type of plant material or animal waste that is used for fuel, electricity generation, or some other type of energy production. Biofuels made from corn, switch grass, or some other crop are one of the most familiar types of biomass energy. Animal waste is also an important source, as methane captured from manure can by used to generate electricity. However, biomass energy doesn’t have to mean anything technologically complicated. When you burn wood to make fire for heat, you are using once-living plant material to produce energy, so firewood counts as biomass as well.
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