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How much energy to cook that turkey

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How much electricity is need to roast a Thankgiving turkey & the rest of the holiday cooking extravaganza?



Monitoring baseline data from the Phased Deep Retrofit project being done by Florida Solar Energy Center for U.S. Department of Energy allows us to answer that question. Thanksgiving cooking in our 30 home, all electric sample averaged 2.76 kWh, 2.03 kWh more than it did on the Thursday before Thanksgiving (0.73 kWh)



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Added by Danny S. Parker on November 28, 2012 at 9:29am — 2 Comments

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