Biomass Feedstocks Characteristics

Helene Cser, Extension Associate, North Carolina State University and Leslie Boby, Extension Associate, Southern Regional Extension Forestry

Wood Products, Forest Management, Conservation Education, Technology, and Issues

1607_SREF_BE_005.pdf — PDF document, 2020Kb

 Bioenergy can be made from many different biomass feedstocks, or raw materials, ranging from trees and crops to yard and animal waste. Creating bioenergy begins with first acquiring the biomass, and then processing it for use in a bioenergy facility to produce heat and electricity (biopower) or liquid transportation fuels (biofuels). The biomass feedstocks available to create energy or transportation fuels, will be discussed.

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