Electric Tankless Hot Water Heater

Electric Tankless Hot Water Heater

Electric Tankless Hot Water Heater
Home builders skirt solar law
Representatives from the solar power industry and other clean-energy proponents say legislators need to close a loophole that has allowed more than 20 percent of homebuilders to circumvent a state law requiring all new single-family homes in the state to be equipped with solar water heaters.
replacing old electric water heater with tankless? solar tubes? cheapest way?

my husband loves his hot showers (i know not green kosher) i want the best for the environment and my pocket. With rebate till 2009 what is the best way to go? To gaurantee never to run cold.
We are a family of 3 live in sydney> thanks

You can go from one extreme to the other here…initial instalation is going to be by far the cheapest with a straight replacement with a new more efficient tank..tankless units are not cheap to buy but are not hard to install their advantage is that you are only heating water as you need it and not loosing heat from a tank left unused for long periods.In your situation I don’t think you would see much difference in operating costs….the other side of the coin is solar being higher instalation and purchase costs but once done your running cost are almost nil…I’d still install a small tank heater that can be turned on should you need it

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