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Old 10-18-20, 04:39 PM   #2
philb
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Last spring, I bought an induction cook top. It keeps the house cool in the summer. That was also the last day I used propane. We use solar energy for heating and cooling with some grid power now.

Since I bought a fifth wheel RV, we do use a bit more electricity, $35 per month more right now. (I'm sure that will change soon.) The RV also now has its own cook induction top. It costs $100 to fill two 100 lb cylinders and $30 for a small bottle. The BTU or Watt value just doesn't add up.

I have bought a diesel heater to try as a backup in the RV but haven't got it assembled yet.

Mikesolar, how much energy does the Samsung heat pump dryer cost to run?

Last edited by philb; 10-18-20 at 04:42 PM.. Reason: spelling
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