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Posted By: finny50% of the initial available energy coming into your house you are lucky
Posted By: SteamyTea5 kg of CO2 before any sequestration
Posted By: fostertomHow cd sequestration come into it? - burning is the antithesis.
Posted By: Seretcarbon taken out of geological sequestration
Posted By: fostertomWot, you're talking about burning coal in the 5 kWp stove/fire? Surely this is red-herringsville.
Posted By: finnyif we didn't know Tom better, we might suspect him of deliberate sabotage there
Posted By: SteamyTeaThinking about it I have a 2 kWp fan heater, not often on for more than about 4 hours on the coldest days and even then it is at the 1 kWp level. So that will be about 2kg of CO2.A 5 kWp stove/fire probably kicks out half that because of ramping up and ramping down, so that will be 2 kg of wood, as most of the timber is carbon that will be about 5 kg of CO2 before any sequestration (lets not get into that silly definition).
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