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Lower your water heater temperature

Set your water heater thermostat at 120 degrees F or lower. This way you'll reduce the amount of energy it takes to produce and maintain your hot water by not overheating it. The average household spends more than $250 per year on water heating; the second largest energy expenditure behind heating and cooling.

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a diagram of how a Heat Pump Water Heater (HPWH) works

Save Thousands of Dollars in Electricity Costs with ENERGY STAR Certified Heat Pump Water Heaters

By Steve Ryan, U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR

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