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Production of Hot Water

In a home or building which uses electricity to heat water,, the average home for four residents in Texas uses 25% of power consumption to heat hot water. In a home which uses gas to heat hot water, the average home for four residents in Texas uses 18% of power consumption to heat hot water. 

All-Electric Gas and Electric
Air-Conditioning
Heating
Hot Water
Refrigeration
Washer/Dryer
Miscellaneous
26%
25%
25%
 5%
 7%
12%
Air-Conditioning
Heating
Hot Water
Refrigeration
Washer/Dryer
Miscellaneous
28%
21%
18%
 7%
 9%
14%

This graph assumes heat and hot water are both gas powered in the gas- electric home. Also, remember that  an all-electric building has higher overall utility bills than a gas-electric building, all other things being equal.

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