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Biomass Energy

Biomass Energy In 2012 biomass energy accounted for about 5% of the energy used in the United States. I'll talk about what biomass energy is, discuss the various forms and sources, and then talk about how it fits into our home energy picture and how it can be used to save money. GRASS, COWS

By | April 16th, 2016|Categories: Alternative Energy|Tags: |2 Comments

Methane from Landfills

Methane from Landfills Methane is a hydrocarbon gas (CH4). It is a greenhouse gas and it is explosive. Methane is generated by decomposition (in landfills, swamps, in the stomachs of cows, etc.) and is considered a biomass energy fuel.  In this discussion we will focus on methane from landfills. Natural gas is approximately 80-99%

By | March 27th, 2016|Categories: Alternative Energy|Tags: , |1 Comment