bioenergy

Useful, renewable energy produced from organic matter. The conversion of the complex carbohydrates in organic matter to energy. Organic matter may either be used directly as a fuel or processed into liquids and gases. ... (05 Dec 1998) ...
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bioenergy

bioenergy 1. Life force; the force exercised in the living organism. 2. Material that is directly or indirectly produced by photosynthesis and which is utilized as a feedstock in the manufacture of fuels and substitutes for petrochemical and other energy intensive products. Organic waste from forestry and agriculture, and municipal solid waste are...
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bioenergy

biomass, bioenergy 1. The total weight of all living things in a given area, biotic community, species population, or habitat; a measure of total biotic productivity. 2. The total weight of the organic substance (as plankton) or organisms in a given area; measured as volume, mass (live, dead, dry or ash-free weight) or energy (calories); standing ...
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bioenergy

Image credit: Depat of Natural Resources Canada Also known as biomass energy, any form of renewable energy that is derived from plant materials produced by photosynthesis. Biomass fuels can come from wood, agricultural crops, and other organic residues such as municipal solid waste and la...
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bioenergy

used in different senses: in its most narrow sense it is a synonym for biofuel, fuel derived from biological sources. In its broader sense it encompasses also biomass, the biological material used as a biofuel, as well as the social, economic, scientific and technical fields associated with using biological sources for energy.
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Bioenergy

Developed by Polish healer Mietek Wirkus, bioenergy is a form of energy healing. The therapist uses
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bioenergy

used in different senses: in its most narrow sense it is a synonym for biofuel, fuel derived from biological sources. In its broader sense it encompasses also biomass, the biological material used as a biofuel, as well as the social, economic, scientific and technical fields associated with using biological sources for energy.
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Bioenergy

[corporation] Bioenergy Corporation (Russian: Корпорация `Биоэнергия`) is industrial holding company in the field of fuel energy, engineering and biotechnology. Assets of the company provide a complete production cycle for Industrial Engineering, peat extraction and processing, production and distribution of finished pro...
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Bioenergy

The conversion of the complex carbohydrates in organic material into energy.
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Bioenergy

Bioenergy is renewable energy derived from biological sources
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Bioenergy

The production, conversion, and use of material directly or indirectly produced by photosynthesis (including organic waste) to manufacture fuels and substitutes for petrochemical and other energy-intensive products.
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