The Maine Free Press has an interesting write up on one man’s switch from fuel oil to wood pellets.
After a hefty installation and reinsulating, the homeowner said he saved roughly 50% on heat through winter.
Interphase Energy, the company behind the installation, used a Danish boiler that ran cheaper than U.S. alternatives. Combined with a state rebate program, the installation was roughly $3,000 to $5,000 more than a comparable fuel oil boiler.
It’s a good read for oil customers worried about rising prices and marketers looking to diversify into wood pellets.
Keep reading at the Maine Free Press.