The thing is that it's extract not produce. One kilowatt hour of electrical energy can be converted directly to 3412 btus of heat energy or it can be used to extract several times that amount of heat energy from air that's even at temperatures we sense as very cold. Remember that materials have heat energy at all temperatures above absolute zero which is minus 459.67 degrees Fahrenheit. So cooling air from -10*F to - 20*F there is still extractable energy within the air.Not sure how a heat pump can be 250% efficient though - you can't produce more than available
I don't know how they came to get 18 cents per kwh as an electric rate either since I'm paying 21 cents per kwh with the largest provider in the state (including all fees, taxes delivery charges etc).That has to be delivered unless electric generation charges are really $0.18 or the chart is inconsistent.
I live in the city.
I don't understand what you are saying.you'd really need to find a deal on pellets for it to be better than LG.
Where I amwhere I am is $0.51 generation, $0.3625 distribution, small amount in taxes and a set fee of $11.75/month.
You're not going to like me... but I pay 11 cents.I don't know how they came to get 18 cents per kwh as an electric rate either since I'm paying 21 cents per kwh with the largest provider in the state (including all fees, taxes delivery charges etc).
Yes, we understand all types of HH fuels are cheaper over there in WA - you can also get DF's for very cheap compared to us (if we can get them at all). .
Looks to me like those guys have your market cornered, but you should know that the black bag Okanagans are *old*. They've been gone a couple years, that company is now Northern Warmth. Just thought you should know - if you happened to buy them -yike$- they are well past their "sell by" date. I store my pellets outside (well covered) and find they lose 15-20 degrees at my measuring point by the next season. I'm stuck though, as I need to have a ton ready until the ground freezes and I can take delivery.Hello everyone
New pellet stove user, being installed on 1/19, Enviro M55 insert.
I have been trolling the interwebs researching for pellets, recommendations, pricing, reviews for here on Long Island, NY.
For frellen sake the prices here are outrageous!.Below is from https://bravosdoor.com/
That's great research, thanks for the facts. Just wish I could get Propane anywhere near that price - my supplier is now $5.05/gallon. Thank goodness it only heats my garage/outbuilding - I barely afford keeping it at 40deg. Their cordwood cost looks wacky though, I've never seen >$300 (seasoned) unless there's a shortage.Average price for HHF in NH - stats supplied by the state.
I'm confused, because we just bought some from our stove dealer, and they are from a current shipment. I tried to do some research on the Interwebz, but the results are inconclusive.. . . you should know that the black bag Okanagans are *old*. They've been gone a couple years, that company is now Northern Warmth. . . .