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"3,000BTU is MAXIMUM load @ design conditions. How many hours are less than design? O…"

Bob Blanchette replied Feb 2, 2016 to Baseboard Hydronic Heater with Thermostat & Pump?

24 Feb 3, 2016
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"Can you link to product reviews of a ceiling install? Scared of anything w/o a prove…"

Bob Blanchette replied Feb 1, 2016 to Baseboard Hydronic Heater with Thermostat & Pump?

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"No pricing or BTU specs posted on the website."

Bob Blanchette replied Jan 31, 2016 to Baseboard Hydronic Heater with Thermostat & Pump?

24 Feb 3, 2016
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"K120 heater You would need to provide your own pump though. "

Bob Blanchette replied Jan 28, 2016 to Baseboard Hydronic Heater with Thermostat & Pump?

24 Feb 3, 2016
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"50KW is REALLY pushing it on a standard residential meter, that's 208A @ 240v. $873…"

Bob Blanchette replied Nov 28, 2015 to Utility Meter Accuracy

78 Nov 29, 2015
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"The use of CT's screams commercial service, most likely over 200A. 200A and lower us…"

Bob Blanchette replied Nov 27, 2015 to Utility Meter Accuracy

78 Nov 29, 2015
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"Its not uncommon for bills to go up when switching analog for digital meters. Analog…"

Bob Blanchette replied Nov 19, 2015 to Utility Meter Accuracy

78 Nov 29, 2015
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"Oklahoma City. Yes, they are every bit as bad as they sound. Unfortunately they have…"

Bob Blanchette replied Oct 29, 2015 to Question: What Are The Most Common Energy Code "Fails"?

13 Nov 22, 2015
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"Great concept, but more legislations is NOT the answer. Getting government OUT of en…"

Bob Blanchette replied Oct 24, 2015 to Article about residential energy efficiency and why sales are low

10 Feb 11, 2016
Reply by Joe Crisara

"Expect grid connect fees to increase over time instead of KWH charges. Our natural g…"

Bob Blanchette replied Oct 24, 2015 to How do we pay for the grid?

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