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Bio-Energy refers to renewable energy that is made from living organisms.

The energy is created through the conversion of biomass (organic matter from plants or animals that can be classed as renewable) into fuel. A common, but inefficient, example of this is burning wood to create a fire

More modern bio-energy technology involves combining biomass and coal to more

Bio-Energy refers to renewable energy that is made from living organisms.

The energy is created through the conversion of biomass (organic matter from plants or animals that can be classed as renewable) into fuel. A common, but inefficient, example of this is burning wood to create a fire

More modern bio-energy technology involves combining biomass and coal to increase the output of traditional coal plants or burning faster-growing plants like bamboo or sugarcane to produce power.

The International Energy Agency estimates that bio-energy accounts for 10% of the world's energy supply.

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