Why are wood heating systems a better alternative?

Fluctuating fossil fuels costs and the ever-increasing environmental concerns have increased the demand for renewable energy. Modern wood heating systems make an eco-friendly and economical alternative to conventional fossil fuel heating systems. Here are a few reasons why these make a better option:
Governments promote sustainable forestry, which further makes wood an environmentally responsible energy resource and an important part of resource management that is sustainable.
CO2 Neutral
CO2 output on burning wood gets nullified as trees absorb the same amount in their lifetime. Sustainable wood as an alternative is hence CO2-neutral.
Economical Alternative
Wood is a local resource which makes it further affordable. It is also independent of price fluctuations as wood prices remain more or less stable and highly competitive.
Contributes to Local Economy
Wood is harvested locally hence contributes to the regional economy.
Viessmann wood heating systems incorporate state of the art technologies that ensure reliable, clean and safe operation at economical costs. These are automatic and have advanced control features and safety devices. The wood systems can make use of a variety of untreated wood fuels. These include:
    •    Wood pellets
    •    Wood shavings
    •    Wood chips
    •    Wood dust
    •    Mixed wood (good quality, low moisture content and untreated)
Viessmann Biomass Boilers can be eligible for the government’s Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) under which an approved MCS product by an approved MCS installer, is qualified to receive quarterly repayments. These payments further help to offset the initial installation costs. Visit Eco House Solutions to have a look at this system to get more information.
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