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What is Bioenergy?

Bioenergy is energy derived from biomass, including plant materials and animal waste. It can be used for heating, electricity generation, and as biofuels for transportation. Bioenergy is considered renewable and can help reduce reliance on fossil fuels. It includes sources like wood, agricultural residues, and bioethanol. Sustainable bioenergy production ensures that biomass harvesting does not harm ecosystems or food security. Bioenergy contributes to the diversification of the energy mix and climate change mitigation.

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