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There are several sources of bioenergy. Click on a topic to view more detailed information on each one.
Biomass is all organic material, an example being plant matter. It is either:
Anaerobic digestion produces a high energy containing gas, known as biogas, which can be used for green energy production. The technology is simple, yet robust, and well developed across the continent and becomes now more and more popular in Ireland.
More about anaerobic digestion...
Ireland has set a vision to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the energy sector by up to 80% by 2050. In order to understand how we can achieve this we need to know how much renewable energy resources are available and at what cost. This report focuses on the potential future availability Irish biomass to 2035 and examines how markets prices and the barriers to development affect potential availability.
Click here to watch the video, hear about the key findings and download the report
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