Naturally growing plants which are not cultivated by humans in any way including for example natural forestry and river reeds.
Wastes from existing agricultural, forestry or industrial activities including sawdust, husks, shells etc.
Purpose grown energy crops such as oil and sugar crops for Biodiesel and Bioethanol, as well as plantations of trees for energy purposes including coppicing.
Policy Innovation Systems for Clean Energy Security (PISCES) is a five year initiative funded by the UK's Department for International Development (DfID). PISCES is working in partnership with Kenya, India, Sri Lanka and Tanzania to provide policy makers with new information and approaches that they can apply to unlock the potential of bioenergy to improve energy access and livelihoods in poor communities