Wood Pellets are 3x to 4x More Expensive Than Coal And Produce More CO2.Posted: March 17, 2016
Classic example of the insanity of the entire climate crisis industry and the real-life damage insane climate policy and warm and fuzzy feel-good intentions actually do to the environment.
UPDATE: See 1.5 year old numbers for coal versus wood in USA at bottom
I’m not a big fan of coal. But I do oppose stupidity. Switching from coal (which produces CO2 and particulate matter when burned) with wood pellets (which produces CO2 and particulate matter when burned) that kill forests seems kind of dumb.
How much CO2 and particulate matter is hard to find out. This post suggests wood pellets produce more CO2 than coal when you account for all of the transportation costs.
This article suggests wood pellets costs 150 to 200 a ton when coal is going for 51$ a ton.
“Wood pellets are much more expensive, about $150 to $210 a ton, compared to about $51 for coal in Newcastle, Australia, the global benchmark. Lyra wouldn’t provide a price for sugar-cane pellets, though he said they’re “competitive” with wood.
“These products don’t compete on price
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