Potential energy of plant biomass: banana, coconut, cacao and corn
Keywords:biomass in Manabí, Manabí renewable energy, potential energy, sustainable Manabí, vegetable biomass
In this document, a study was carried out on the energy potential of plant biomass in the Portoviejo canton, since climate change is not a utopia, but the reality. Throughout this study, an overview of the capacity in biomass at the national, provincial and cantonal level (Portoviejo) was presented, a study on the culture of banana, cocoa, coconut, and corn was made since it is important to know if the canton can respond to the biomass demand of the selected plants. Then the socio-economic and environmental impacts were analyzed in a general way.
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