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doug_servicetek asked since the hot water tank in our homes consumes the most electrical power?
why not have available a heavy duty adjustable timer to turn off at night since most people do not need for 10 hours? this would be like every one turning off eqivalent of 800 (60 watt) light bulbs. sure it may take 2 hours to heat up but we save 8 hours of energy. could you imagine the savings of hydro demand.
And got the following answer:
I don't know if turning the water heater down would do a lot of saving... I would have to re-heat all the water to sustain the needed temperature and all that. I'm sure there is some research about it somewhere on the web. I do know that: "On demand" water heaters heat upon use, so they are about 70-80% efficient. There are electric ones and gas. I remember that we chose gas because.... I don't remember why (hey I'm getting old and I have two kids to chase after!! he he). I'll post that later when my husband comes in. Okay, I remember now, the electric would be too expensive to run in my area and it also has to be mounted inside and our current home doesn't have the room for it. The gas ones can be mounted outside. There are also new gas water heaters with a different type of coil system and they are about 80-90% efficient. They catch the heat going out and re-circulate it, making it more efficient than anything else out there.