Gaswall heater could help save homes

The heating system on a gas wall heater could be used as a temporary power source to reduce the amount of energy used to heat homes.

It’s a new idea for the gas utility in the United States, and one that could save homes and businesses as much as $200,000 a year.

A study published in Energy Efficiency & Technology suggests that using a gas-fired heater to heat a home could cut the amount that’s needed to heat the home by about 1 percent, compared to using a non-gas-fired heat source.

The savings are enough to offset the cost of installing a new gas heater, which is $20,000, the researchers said.

It could also reduce the carbon footprint of a home by reducing the amount a home uses as a gas heat source, according to the study.

For homes that have been built with gas heaters, there are additional energy costs associated with installing a gas heater.

For instance, installing a high-efficiency gas-powered heater costs about $1,400 to $1.50 per month.

But the researchers also say that homeowners could save about $600,000 by installing a natural gas- and solar-powered gas-heating system instead of the gas heater that currently uses about $3,000 to $5,000 per month, according the Energy Department.

The study, which was conducted by the Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory, looked at how much energy a gas or solar-generated gas- or solar panel-powered system uses per year compared to the electricity it consumes.

In addition to the gas and solar energy savings, the study showed that a natural-gas or solar system would be able to reduce energy demand by more than half compared to a gas system.

Researchers said that while the gas or natural-gase heaters used to generate heat would still be able, the cost savings would likely be higher because of the additional energy required to cool the gas from the heat source and the higher cost of maintenance of the natural gas heat exchangers.

The researchers also said that because natural gas has a much lower efficiency, a system powered by natural gas could be able save energy and have a much longer lifespan than a gas one.

The research team was able to calculate the savings based on the cost per kWh for a system of natural gas and a solar-based gas-based heater, according with the report.

The cost of gas heat is much lower than that of conventional natural gas, which has a high price per kWh, but the amount required to heat an average home would still exceed the value of an average house, the research found.

The new study also suggests that a system with a natural Gas Heat Source would save about 2.4 percent of electricity use, compared with a system using a conventional gas heater and a conventional natural- gas heat sink.

The authors also said the system would reduce the overall amount of carbon dioxide that would be released to the atmosphere by using natural gas instead of using coal, natural gas power plants, natural- Gas, solar, and wind power.

The Department of Interior’s Office of Fossil Fuel Energy said in a statement that the research findings will be used to assess the long-term impact of the fuel-efficiency standards on the fuel economy of commercial vehicles.

The research is being conducted by an agency of the Department and is part of its efforts to reduce fuel-use and greenhouse gas emissions.