If you’re planning to take advantage of the Biomass Appliance Tax Credit that was reinstated for 2012 and 2013, browse through this section of EPA approved wood stoves
. In order to be eligible for this tax credit, your wood stove must have a 75% efficiency rating
and be installed in your place of primary residence. To qualify, they also must burn biomass fuels – wood, pellets, corn, switch grass or other renewable fuels. An EPA approved wood stove
will reduce your energy bills at home, allowing you to keep saving money even after your big purchase.