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Energy shortfall preps
19 February 2013, 18:25,
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Energy shortfall preps
As most of us have been pointing out for a while the UK is buggered with regards to its growing energy needs, we cannot make enough and are going to have to buy gas from abroad and we are going to be charged dearly for our governments screw ups. Now is the time for those who can to fit wood burning stoves and start building log piles.
And its not going to be long before families have to condense their multi room liesure activities into only one room in the winter as it becomes to expensive to heat a whole house.


http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/378782/...supply-gap

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19 February 2013, 20:48,
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RE: Energy shortfall preps
Can any one recomend a sturdy and portable log burner?
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19 February 2013, 20:55,
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RE: Energy shortfall preps
Yarp the Frontier stove about £140 very popular and I believe Beardyman sells something similar

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19 February 2013, 20:56,
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RE: Energy shortfall preps
Already there NR we no longer use half our house
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19 February 2013, 20:56, (This post was last modified: 19 February 2013, 20:58 by NorthernRaider.)
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RE: Energy shortfall preps
Heres the post about his thing
http://forum.survivaluk.net/showthread.php?tid=4112

If you want something more traditional and solid that can theoretically be moved you can see some interesting stoves in the Machine Mart Catalogue

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19 February 2013, 21:01,
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RE: Energy shortfall preps
Im looking at getting one of these if i cant get a more substantial one soon. I've got £70 saved towards it so far... Nearly there.
I tried to be normal once.... Worst two minutes of my life...
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19 February 2013, 22:28,
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RE: Energy shortfall preps
(19 February 2013, 20:56)NorthernRaider Wrote: Heres the post about his thing
http://forum.survivaluk.net/showthread.php?tid=4112

If you want something more traditional and solid that can theoretically be moved you can see some interesting stoves in the Machine Mart Catalogue

Cheers NR.

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19 February 2013, 22:37,
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RE: Energy shortfall preps
We have had this fire in now for a couple of months, it is a wrap around boiler muti-fuel burner, it runs the central heating and heats the water,.. but it is also linked to the oil central heating, [ while we can still afford it ],... so if the fire gets too low,.. say over night then the oil kicks in, at the moment I think we have it just right as the oil kicks in for just 1 hour just before we get up in the morning

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19 February 2013, 22:47,
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RE: Energy shortfall preps
wow, looks very nice. I also like the "decoration but useful in an emergency" swords on the wall too.
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19 February 2013, 22:53, (This post was last modified: 19 February 2013, 22:56 by Wildman.)
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RE: Energy shortfall preps
(19 February 2013, 20:48)Metroyeti Wrote: Can any one recomend a sturdy and portable log burner?

http://www.bushcraftstore.co.uk expedition stove!! well worth the wong

(19 February 2013, 22:53)Wildman Wrote:
(19 February 2013, 20:48)Metroyeti Wrote: Can any one recomend a sturdy and portable log burner?

http://www.bushcraftstore.co.uk expedition stove!! well worth the wong

i meant frontier lol
he never planned to fail, he just failed to plan. like lambs to the slaughter the wolfs look down from the hill tops. we are those wolfs!!!
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