The North America biomass gasification market reached a volume of 153.4 TWh in 2019. Biomass gasification refers to a thermo-chemical conversion process of biomass into producer gas or syngas, a combustible gas mixture. Biomass or solid fuel includes wood, wood-waste, wood pellets and agricultural residues. Biomass gasification involves the use of heat, pressure and a limited amount of oxygen for partial combustion. The process is eco-friendly as it requires renewable raw material, helps in waste management and reduces dependency on fossil fuels such as coal, diesel and furnace oil. The syngas produced by biomass gasification can be used for power generation, cooking and in industrial furnaces.
North America represents one of the largest biomass gasification market in the world. Biomass gasification is commonly used for electricity generation across sectors such as the paper and pulp industry. Rising environmental concerns have replaced the use of fossil fuels, for various heat generation purposes, with syngas. Rapid globalization and increasing population are expected to boost the usage of biomass gasification in transportation, and in ethanol, biodiesel and biogas generation. Looking forward, IMARC Group expects the market to reach a volume of 196.4 TWh by 2025, registering a CAGR of around 4.2% during 2020-2025.
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