wood grown specifically for or used as fuel
The use of wood for cooking and heating, the most common energy source for people in developing countries.
trees used for the production of firewood logs or other wood fuel.
Branches, twigs, logs, wood chips, and other wood products harvested for use as fuel.
Wood used for conversion to some form of energy, primarily for residential use.
Wood cut into short lengths for burning in a fireplace, woodstove or fire pit.
Wood cut into short lengths for burning. ( FS People's Glossary of Eco Mgmt Terms)
Wood and wood products, possibly including coppices, scrubs, branches, etc., bought or gathered, and used by direct combustion.