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ADVANCED TECHNIQUES FOR GENERATION OF ENERGY FROM
 BIOMASS AND WASTE

INTRODUCTION
Biomass contributes as the world’s fourth largest energy source today up to 14% of the world’s primary energy demand. In developing countries it can be as high as 35% of the primary energy supply. Biomass is a versatile source of energy in that it can be readily stored and transformed into electricity and heat. It has also the potential that it is used as a raw material for production of fuel and chemical feedstock. Production units range from small scale up to multi-megawatt sizes.

Development of biomass use contributes to both energy and other non-energy policies.

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