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How much wood for the stove?

How much wood for the stove?

Research Information Note, Forestry Commission, UK (55): 2

An assessment of the potential of traditional broadleaf coppice in Britain to provide fuel for the 100 000 wood-burning stoves sold in recent years. It is suggested that about 7 t/yr air-dried wood (as sole heating source) will supply a 3-bedroom house.

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