Wood pellets are a biomass fuel that is easy for people to understand if they live around forested areas. Not only do wood pellets have low impact on the environment, but they produce no industrial waste in their manufacture, and are also an effective way to utilize thinned timber. Wood pellets differ from wood chips in that they can achieve high combustion efficiency with low volume, making the fuel easy to use in a wide range of fields. Another key benefit is the ability to produce the fuel locally for local consumption. Wood pellets can convert local forestry waste resources into energy. It is a type of biomass fuel that can be seen by the eye and held in the hand, and the ecological benefits are clear. Moreover, local consumption can contribute to regional revitalization.