To say that the bioenergy industry is multi-faceted would be a huge understatement. The catchall term “bioenergy” can be used to describe biomass for power; biomass for heat; biogas — derived from agricultural or animal waste — for power; and biofuel for transportation — which encompasses everything from biodiesel to corn ethanol to second-generation ethanol. Each facet of this enormous industry has its own trade associations, its own set of opportunities and challenges and its own job offerings. It’s often surprising to learn that a forester, an electrical engineer and a chemical biologist can each claim to be part of the bioenergy industry.
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