Low-CO2 power plant technology

In biomass-fired power plants, electrical energy is generated by burning biomass. In addition to the energy they generate, biomass-fired power plants also often provide heat. Various fuels are deployed, including wood pellets, straw or other plant residue. In addition, there is also biodiesel and biogas, although these are more generally used in engines than in power plants.
Fuels such as straw and wood are available in large quantities and re-grow. However, as with many power plants, one disadvantage are the CO2 emissions caused by transportation, processing, combustion and other factors. Another problem is that when combusting biomass, waste products are also burnt without the necessary flue gas purification.