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traditional bioenergy use

Synonyms: traditional bioenergy, non-commercial energy use

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Traditional bioenergy use is still widely practiced in developing countries and is a non-commercial way to fulfill people's energy needs. In some parts of the world it is still the only energy available for cooking or heating.

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indoor pollution, wood fuel

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biomass for heat

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firewood, dung


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