The idea that I have in mind since a while, is to use vetiver to produce all heating and hot water needs for the rural household and the associated business activity in a sustainable way:
This noble goal can be achieved with the use of low temperature heating sistems posed under the floor, large heat accumulators, a technical room and an appropriate stove capable of trasforming the abundant biomass in heat.
Obviously the state of the art in environmental care is achieved when the produced biomass is cut from the reed beds that treat the waste waters of the enterprise and house or the hedges between fields..
This proper heater exists, can be fed with the usual pellet or almost any other properly dried fuel.
By designing the system for excess, you can also produce power that can be send on to the power grid.
This could be one good reason to bale veitiver.