Developing Estimates of Potential Demand for Renewable Wood Energy Products in Alaska

Developing Estimates of Potential Demand for Renewable Wood Energy Products in Alaska

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This report is concerned with the existing volumes of renewable wood energy products (RWEP) currently used in Alaska and the potential demand for RWEP for residential and community heating projects in the state. By using peak prices from the fall of 2008, the potential value of a British thermal unit (Btu) from various fuels has been calculated to identify those situations where wood-based fuels are economically competitive or advantageous when compared with alternative fuel sources. If fuel oil prices increase to the levels experienced in 2008, there would be a strong economic incentive to convert heating systems to use solid wood fuels. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find report.In the EIA tables (EIA 2008a), total energy use is reported, and to prevent double accounting, fuel oil, natural gas, and coal used to ... The Alaska Housing Manual (AHFC 2000) provides specific information relative to existing heating systems used in Alaska. ... This source makes reference to space heaters produced by Toyo, Monitor, and Rinnai, 3 but provides no information relative to level of use.


Title:Developing Estimates of Potential Demand for Renewable Wood Energy Products in Alaska
Author: Allen M. Brackley
Publisher:DIANE Publishing - 2011-04
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