How much electricity is used for coal-to-electricity household electric boilers in a day
Along with strict national environmental investigations in recent years, a large number of coal-fired boilers have been banned, and many users have begun to consider converting coal to electricity for domestic electric boilers. Many users are starting to think about power consumption.
At present, there are subsidy measures for coal-to-electricity household electric boilers in most regions, so you can use them with confidence. At that time, you can apply directly with the invoice.
The power of coal-to-electricity household electric boilers is relatively small, and the power consumption of electric boilers has a direct relationship with power. Basically, the power consumption of 1KW is about 0.3-0.5 degrees. If a 100 square meter electric boiler consumes about 3-5 degrees per hour, the corresponding power is basically selected at 10KW.