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Tons: A ton of wood pellets comes on a pallet or skid and includes 50 x 40lb bags.
Bags: Pellets are normally sold in 40lb bags.
CCF: The most common unit of measurement applied to natural gas usage. This measurement represents a unit of volume equal to 100 cubic feet.
Cords: A cord is defined as 128 cubic feet of wood. This measures approximately 4’ high x 8' long x 4' deep.
Gallons: A measurement for fuel oil.
kWh: A kilowatt hour (kWh) is a measure of how much energy you're using per hour. Usage can be located on your bill from your electric provider.