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What is Biomass Heating?
Biomass heating is a type of renewable energy that involves using organic materials such as wood chips, sawdust, or agricultural waste to produce heat.
Biomass can be burned directly to heat buildings or converted into fuel such as pellets or briquettes that can be used in stoves, boilers, or furnaces.
Advantages of Biomass Heating Systems
There are a number of key advantages to using biomass heating systems – of course, it is a source of renewable energy, which has great environmental benefits and can be sustainably harvested and replenished.
Additionally, biomass heating is more affordable, making it a great option for businesses looking to reduce their costs. It is readily available in many rural areas, which also reduces transportation and sourcing costs.
Biomass vs Fossil Fuels
In comparison to fossil fuels, biomass heating is a lot cheaper and you can expect significant savings against fossil fuels. As biomass heating uses organic materials, these are much easier to find and transport.
Biomass is also carbon neutral due to its burning system and release of carbon dioxide – according to the Biomass Energy Centre, it can reduce your emissions by up to 96%.