Biomass briquettes, also known as biomass fuel briquettes or biofuel briquettes, are a type of solid fuel made from biomass materials such as agricultural residues, forestry waste, and organic matter. These materials are compressed under high pressure without the use of any binders to form briquettes of various shapes and sizes.

Biomass briquettes are derived from organic and renewable sources, making them a sustainable alternative to fossil fuels. Their use reduces reliance on non-renewable energy resources. When compared to traditional fuels like coal or wood, biomass briquettes generally have lower carbon emissions during combustion. The carbon released during burning is offset by the carbon absorbed during the growth of biomass feedstock, resulting in a net-zero or lower carbon footprint.