What is Biomass? A Renewable Energy Source that Puts Organic Waste to Use

Biomass explained: Learn how forest and agriculture “leftovers” are used to create renewable energy. Most US biomass power producers use byproducts as fuel for electricity – materials like rice hulls or tree tops and limbs that can’t be made into another product. Not only is biomass a carbon neutral form of electricity, it also reduces the abundant organic waste created from other industries.