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Hi,
Not sure just where you are, but "wow" 4.26 for propane is High !!  If 
you use GMP, they have switched to Canadian Hydro and Seabrook NH to 
replace Vermont Yankee power, but I now notice that Vermont Yankee is 
now re-fueling. So may want to look into things, they seem to have 
changed a bit.

Lee

On 10/10/2011 12:01 PM, Goodrich, Chris wrote:
>
> I have propane but at $4.26/gal. the cost per btu is about the same as 
> electric, not to mention the vent required. I'm thinking initial 
> install costs are higher for propane and I don't expect to use it very 
> often. Please correct me if I'm thinking wrong.
>
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> No real experience with it, but I always thought gas or propane would 
> make a more efficient fuel for tankless systems than electric.  Are 
> either an option?
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> On Mon, Oct 10, 2011 at 9:59 AM, Goodrich, Chris 
> <[log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]>> wrote:
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> Anyone have experience with tankless water heaters? I am having a 
> solar hot water system installed and my 80 gallon off-peak electric 
> heater is probably a little overkill for backup. The 25 cent per day 
> meter charge will eat up any savings that I gain from off-peak since 
> most of my energy will now come from the sun. I also have a plan to 
> re-use the old tank as heat storage for the wood boiler. So I was 
> thinking that an electric tankless heater would be the simplest and 
> most efficient backup system.
> Chris
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