Cooking on (wood) gas

If you heat up woodchips in an enclosed space they will yield volatile gasses.. which can be combusted and used just like the gas in your cooker. The advantage however is that is is sustainable source of fuel potentially, and the residue left over is pure carbon… in the form of charcoal. This residual charocal can either be burned as well or converted into biochar, which is a powerful soil improver. Could this type of technology give us a tool to tackle climate change and our fast encroaching energy problems? Find out more on our up and coming Charcoal making course.