When compared to fossil fuels, wood is a fuel with a natural balance in terms of greenhouse gas emissions. When wood pellets are burned, the quantity of carbon dioxide that is released is the same quantity that is absorbed by the tree during its life cycle. This means the cycle of balance of the carbon dioxide into the atmosphere is not changed, so that burning the pellet means a neutral balance of the main agent in the development of the greenhouse effect.
The pellets are a bi-product from waste generated in the wood industry. They are not influenced by price variations in the international markets and help reduce economic crises. Since it is a raw material that is available to us, it gives us greater independence.