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 How much electricity do space heaters use?

Answer A space heater uses between 10,000 Btu to 40,000 Btu per hour, depending on the manufacturer and model of the heater.Source:Energy Savers: Portable Heaters
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Do gas water heaters need electricity?

Gas water heaters use the gas as fuel to heat the water. But most gas water heaters still need electricity to ignite the burners and regulate the temperature using a thermostat.References:Author Ex... Read More »
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Arctic Space Heaters?

A Space Heater Arctic (SHA) is a military-issue heater used in military tents and other small to medium structures. It is designed for cold to Arctic conditions, including weather that is well belo... Read More »
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Requirements for Space Heaters?

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, small space heaters typically are purchased when the buyer's main heating system is inadequate or too expensive to use. Space heaters require fuel to wor... Read More »
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How much energy do space heaters use?

A 1,000 watt space heater run for six hours a day will use 180 kilowatt hours of electricity per month, according to the APS electric utility company. Assuming a monthly cost of $0.10 per kwh, thi... Read More »
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