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In energy domains, and particularly with bioenergies, the biomass term refers to the set of organic materials originating from from living, or recently living organisms (plants including algae, animals or fungus) and which can become a source of energy through combustion (e.g. wood energy), or after methanisation (e.g. biogas) or new chemical transforms (e.g. biofuel).

Other energy sources

The key generator:source=* is used to specify the kind of resource used for capturing and transforming the energy (into its transportable and reusable form). Suggested values:

Value Description
2020 stBN powergensource nuclear.svg nuclear All generators converting nuclear power to another kind of energy. It can be either fission or fusion, according to generator:method=*
2020 stBN powergensource wind.svg wind Generators using wind power to produce mechanical energy or electricity.
2020 stBN powergensource water.svg hydro Generator takes water input and produces mechanical energy or electricity
2020 stBN powergensource water.svg tidal Generators taking tidal water input on shores and producing mechanical energy or electricity
2020 stBN powergensource water.svg wave
2020 stBN powergensource water.svg geothermal Generator converting heat from earth to steam or electricity.
2020 stBN powergensource sun.svg solar
Bahnpirat-power source-coal.svg coal
Bahnpirat-power source-gas.svg gas
Bahnpirat-power source-biofuel.svg biomass
Bahnpirat-power source-biofuel.svg biofuel
Bahnpirat-power source-biofuel.svg biogas
Bahnpirat-power source-oil.svg oil
Bahnpirat-power source-oil.svg diesel
Bahnpirat-power source-oil.svg gasoline
Bahnpirat-power source-waste.svg waste

Take care when choosing the source. For example, a power generator that takes waste as its primary fuel, turns it into biogas and then burns the biogas should be tagged with generator:source=waste. If, however, this generator takes shipments of biogas that were processed from waste elsewhere (or from an other intermediate generator), then it should be tagged with generator:source=biogas.

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See also