A wise energy decision maker knows it is necessary to research beyond the energy efficiency rating on a piece of equipment to determine how efficient or cost effective it can really be. Let’s use a water heater as an example. An electric water heater that is 95 percent efficient might sound like a good investment for your facility. However, a 72-percent natural gas water heater might actually be more cost effective over time when you factor in the lower cost of fuel.
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