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Biomass: Comparison of Definitions in Legislation Through the 111th Congress
Kelsi Bracmort (au); Ross W. Gorte (au)
The use of biomass as an energy feedstock is emerging as a potentially viable alternative to address U.S. energy security concerns, foreign oil dependence, rural economic development, and diminishing sources of conventional energy. Biomass may include food crops, crops for energy, crop residues, wood waste and byproducts, and animal manure. Efforts to promote the use of biomass for power generation have focused on wood, wood residues, and milling waste. To aid understanding of why U.S. consumers, utility groups, refinery managers, and others have not fully adopted biomass as an energy resource, this report investigates the characterization of biomass in legislation. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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