Most efficient of any gas or electric water heater. o Energy input is not limited to 12kW=(40,968 BTU/hr) o Gas tankless typical input is 199,000-235,000 BTU/hr. This requires a kWh savings by independent testing of the park staff.
*Based on DOE test procedure and comparison of a 50 -gallon standard electric tank water heater using 4879 kWh per year vs. the GeoSpring hybrid water heater using 1856 kWh per year. • GE’s GeoSpring™ hybrid water heater offers energy savings of . $320.
Electric Water Heater RE-4 PAGE 1S EPTEMBER 2004 Where to Find Energy-Efficient Electric Water Heaters Useb (kWh/year) Energy Factor Annual Energy Use (kWh/year) Less than 60 gallons 0.93 4,721 0.95 4,622 60 gallons or more 0.91 4,825 0.92 4,773
*Based on DOE test procedure and comparison of a 50-gallon standard electric tank water heater using 4879 kWh every year vs. the GeoSpring hybrid water heater using 1856 kWh every year. additional benefits 5. multiple settings meet a variety of needs 6
electric water heater 4,500 5.0 kwh per day per person $0.55–$0.88 per day per person waterbed 1,500 110.0 kwh per month $12.20–$19.43 per month kitchen refrigerator/freezer frost free 600 5.6 kwh per day $0.62–$0.99 per day
Monthly kWh used by a reference electric water heater in the North zone. For the heat pump system, there is also a reduction in performance in winter, because the air temperature is lower. However, this has a relatively small impact on the system efficiency, and
A standard electric water heater using 4,881 kWh per year at 10.65 A 50 gal electric water heater (standard or heat pump) has a FHD of 58-65 gallons. These 20-25 gallons could be significant depending on the consumer's usage pattern.
(vs. kWh of electric energy used), preventing a standard electric water heater from energizing during a peak power usage event can save your business as much as $50 every month. Consider Tankless If your electric tank water heater is only providing hot water to
Purchasing a new electric water heater. Water heating accounts for about 18 percent of your home energy bill. Only space heater’s specification sheet. Electric, kWh: Kilowatt-hour. Standard unit of measuring electrical energy use.
†† Based on DOE test procedure and comparison of a 50-gallon standard electric tank water heater using 4881 kWh per year vs. the GE Hybrid water heater using1856 kWh per year and 2009 national residential average rates of $0.116/kWh
Electric Tankless Water Heater needs its own defined criteria • The minimum criteria for electric tankless category should be: – 10%-20% kWh savings for standby loss (tank vs. tankless). Ref:www.eren.doe.gov/consumerinfo/refbriefs/bc1.html
kwh for is $.034, the water heater shows a margin of $122.40 a year. That means the money by using an electric water heater. • Members who appreciate what the co-op is doing for them. • Opportunity for face to face contact with members.
D.O.E. national average fuel rate electricity 10.65¢/KWH. DESCRIPTION DIMENSIONS (SHOWN IN INCHES) ENERGY INFORMATION FIRST HOUR RECOVERY IN HEIGHT DIAMETER • Easily replaces a standard electric water heater
Gallon standard electric tank water heaters using 4879 kWh per year vs. the GeoSpring hybrid water heater 50-gallon standard electric water heater with 65 gallons first hour rating • – Installs like a standard electric water heater with the
Electric blanket 0.17 kWh per hour $0.12 per 8 hour day Fan (attic) .40 kWh per hour $0.41 per 12 hour day Fan (circulating) Water Bed Heater 120.00 kWh per month $10.20 per month Garage Door Opener 9.00 kWh per month $0.77 per month. day. Title:
KWh/year cost Power miser 9 80 $419.99 25 gph 5092 5500 $428 Power miser 9 66 $359.99 25 gph 5039 5500 $423 Power miser 6 50 $199.99 25 gph 5004 5500 $420 Power miser 6 40 $169.99 25 gph 4881 5500 $410 The typical electric hot water heater for residential/small commercial use averages in
Off-peak water heating Electric rate: 4.0¢/kWh Get yourself in plenty of hot water! Lake Country Power requires a water heater of at least 80 gallons, and recommends storage capacity of 100 gallons or more to partici-pate in the program.
The sun has been turning your house into a toaster oven this summer. So you keep wondering: Why can’t I use some of that solar energy to reduce my power bills? What will it cost? Are there any new tre
Annual usage of 5,000 Kwh’s or more, and Converting from a non-electric water heater, or Replacing a leaking water heater, or Replacing an existing electric water heater that is at least ten (10) years old. The following Restrictions apply:
*Based on DOE test procedure and comparison of a 50-gallon standard electric tank water heater using 4,879 kWh per year versus the GeoSpring hybrid water heater using 1,830 kWh per year. additional benefits 5. multiple settings meet a variety of needs 6