Biomass Energy Modern Transitions

NSSIHSNENRM-2019 | Special Issue | Jan-2019 | Published Online: 25 January 2019    PDF ( 133 KB )
Author(s)
T.Devendra Reddy 1; J. Ramudu 2; P.E.S. Bhaskar 3

1Department of Physics, V.S.R Government Degree& P.G College, Movva: 521 135. Andhra Pradesh (India)

2Department of Physics, V.S.R Government Degree& P.G College, Movva: 521 135. Andhra Pradesh (India)

3Department of Physics, V.K.R.N.B &A.G.K College of Engineering, Gudivada: 521322.Andhra Pradesh (India)

Abstract

The looming threat of climate change and the invaluable role of energy in development have complicated the global transition to sustainable energy while also increasing the urgency of the transition. Bioenergy has a key role in this transition due to its unique characteristics among renewable energy sources, the concentration of bioenergy potential in major developing country regions, and the close relationship between biomass resources and carbon management strategies. This paper offers a review and a conceptual model for bioenergy’s role in the transition, outlining its key elements and their significance with respect to environment and development. The transition from traditional uses of biomass for energy to more efficient and higher quality bioenergy, often referred to as modernbioenergy, is important for many reasons, but foremost among them the following: Modern bioenergy provides higher quality energy services that are more versatile and more efficient than traditional bioenergy.

Keywords
Bioenergy, Gaseous fuels, Traditional, Superior fuels, energy crops
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