Wood pellet prices remain the same


22NEWS IS LIVE AT OUR FRANKLIN COUNTY BUREAU. WITH TEMPERATURES STARTING TO DROP, MORE PEOPLE ARE THINKING ABOUT HEATING THEIR HOMES. SOME ARE TURNING TO ALTERNATIVE ENERGY. 22NEWS REPORTER JOYCE OGIRRI IS LIVE IN GREENFIELD TO EXPLAIN WHY ONE LOCAL BUSINESS STOPPED USING OIL. THEY SAID IT WAS LIKE PAYING ANOTHER MORTGAGE…THE HEATING BILL CAME OUT TO 12-THOUSAND DOLLARS. THEY WANTED TO FIND A WAY TO CUT IT DOWN. THE STOIAS OPENED THE CENTENNIAL HOUSE BED AND BREAKFAST IN NORTHFIELD NINE YEARS AGO THEY HAVE TO HEAT 17 ROOMS WHICH OCCUPY 65-HUNDRED SQUARE FEET THEY DECIDED TO CHANGE FROM OIL TO A WOOD PELLET BOILER BACK IN APRIL THIS HELPED CUT THEIR HEATING BILL A LOT. 38 THATS A THIRD OF THE BIG BILL WE USE TO HAVE IT ALL CAME DOWN A LITTLE PROBABLY A LITTLE BETTER THAN HALF OF WHAT WE PAID WE ARE REALLY EXCITED ABOUT THOSE SAVINGS 49 THE PRICE HAVE REMAINED THE SAME FOR WOOD PELLETS SINCE LAST YEAR. THAT’S WHY MORE PEOPLE ARE CHANGING TO ALTERNATIVE ENEGRY. THE PRICE OF PELLETS HAVE STAYED REALTIVELY STABLE THEY HAVE INCREASED DRAMATICALLY 322 PEOPLE WHO ARE PURCHASING OIL THEIR SEEING THEIR COST GO UP THIS YEAR ONE TON OF WOOD PELLETS GENERATES THE SAME AS 115

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