Anybody know anything about this plant located in W.VA. http://www.carbonxt.com/About2.html Might be a super home heating fuel if it is available. They show some forms of product that appear to be lump or small grained coal that would be nice for a coal stove or boiler. I've found coal is a far better buy than just about any other fuel if you have to buy something. At present I can get and use anthracite (hard coal), super stuff, burns extermely clean but does have an ash and can be a bit tricky to fire. This stuff might be even better with no ash and no sulfur or nasties. Maybe even for blacksmithing or home foundry???? They don't give enough specs to guess what its cost per ton / lb / unit might be or what its heat value or burning characteristics are, if they are engineered different for different fuel products or not. Anybody in that general area know anything about it??? Any local dealers selling any of it??? Might even worth a good trip to get if available. I didn't try emailing them yet. Be nice to get the mitts on some to try. I would think a product engineered for home heating would be a natural big hit, even if a tad on the costly side. Coals takes a lot less storage volume for a year's supply and is a lot less work than wood or many other alternative fuels.