Energy Values and Technologies for Non woody Biomass: as a clean source of Energy

@inproceedings{Grover2012EnergyVA,
  title={Energy Values and Technologies for Non woody Biomass: as a clean source of Energy},
  author={Sonia Grover},
  year={2012}
}
Energy is the basic requirement for a developing country like India. Due to continuous development the energy demand is increasing more tremendously than the increase in population. To meet this energy demand the fossil fuels reserves are continuously depleting. The fossil fuels like coal, petroleum, gas etc. are used for power generation. Any other solution for power generation is required to save reserves and environment. The renewable energy sources are the best solution for this problem… CONTINUE READING

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