A power plant is an installation capable of converting mechanical energy into electrical energy. The main sources of energy are water, gas, uranium, wind and solar energy.
Biomass or municipal solid waste (MSW) plants: they use the same electrical generation as a conventional thermal power station. The only difference is the fuel used in the crater, which comes from our waste. Biomass can be classified into three main groups: natural biomass, residual biomass, produced biomass.