Compare Wood Pellet Costs
- The prices of wood pellets, although not constant, are far more stable than oil and gas prices.
- Wood pellets can be produced from local purpose-grown, and waste wood resources.
- Wood pellet prices are pretty much the same as they were ten years ago when adjusting for inflation.
- The graph shows a comparison of fuels and percentage of increase in cost over the past few years. Clearly, wood pellet prices have remained fairly steady.
Wood pellets can support the local economy, keep transportation carbon dioxide and costs to a minimum, and, most importantly, keep wood pellet prices low.
Wood pellet fuel makes budgeting for your heat costs possible without worrying about external political pressure or shortages. To calculate the yearly cost of heating, the average home uses three tons of wood pellets a year, depending on lifestyle.