The Benefits of Going Green with a Rheem ENERGY STAR Certified Water Heater
October 20, 2020
There are a lot of ways that you can go green, but with an energy-efficient water heater, the savings really add up. You’ll be saving energy, money and the environment so you can rest assured that making the switch was worth it.
ENERGY STAR Products That Deliver Savings
Our newest hybrid water heater – Rheem® ProTerra™ Hybrid Electric Water Heater – is ENERGY STAR® certified and uses less energy than a 100-watt incandescent light bulb1. You won’t believe how the energy savings add up with lower electric bills, local utility rebates and a Federal tax credit.
Rheem tankless gas water heaters are also ENERGY STAR certified and the ultra-low NOx units dramatically reduce greenhouse emissions2. Because a tankless water heater only heats water when you are using hot water, you eliminate energy waste. Plus, with the water saving setting enabled, you can save up to 1,000 gallons of water per year3. Check for utility rebates and a Federal tax credit.
Visit our Go Green page for details on a variety of Rheem products now.
Energy Savings = Money Savings
Curious about how much you can save on your electric bills with ProTerra? Here’s a ProTerra owner describing the savings in his own words:
Save Space and Energy with Induced Draft
The Rheem Professional™ Classic Plus® Induced Draft saves space and has high output for your hot water needs. This small water heater produces more hot water than most 40- or 50-gallon models. It is ENERGY STAR certified and may qualify for rebates through your local utilities or government.
Make the Switch and Save Today and Tomorrow
By purchasing and installing an ENERGY STAR certified water heater, you can be confident that your green choices will deliver savings to your wallet while also doing your part to help the environment. A true win-win!
It’s time to go green!
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1Compared to a 100 Watt incandescent light bulb with annual operating cost of $131. 2Lower greenhouse gas emissions and carbon footprint as compared to standard tank-type gas water heater. 3Savings based on DOE test procedures; available only on models featuring a -1 or -2 in the model.