How are Biomass Boilers a Renewable Energy Source?

Biomass is one of the oldest sources of energy and has certain specific properties. It is a renewable energy source since it is abundantly available and its supplies are not limited. Making use of Biomass in boilers offers quite a few economic and environmental benefits. Apart from the financial savings, conservation of fossil fuel resources and a reduction in harmful emissions are just some of the positive effects.
Biomass is a low-carbon energy source that involves the use of biological plant material, chiefly wood, to generate either heat or heat & electricity for units that are combined. Biomass can be used for temperature control in homes as well as to heat water. It can also be used for commercial spaces and works effectively. Biomass-fired units can replace coal, gas, and oil boilers, thereby reducing your expenditure and carbon footprint.
What are the main aspects that make Biomass a renewable energy source?
Biomass is a resource that is easily and abundantly available and often can use material regarded as waste from other processes. Its existence is not limited, unlike fossil fuel options.
Being a carbon-neutral option, Biomass as an alternative to gas and oil is becoming ever-popular and cost-effective to use. What's more - as the government regards this as an environmentally friendly alternative you may be eligible for RHI repayments, or the Green Energy Grant.
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