Energy Kinetics System 2000 hybrid Oilheat
Our fuel company is offering us two different systems to replace our failing oil burner.
One is a Peerless model WBV-04-WPCO high effeciency cast iron boiler wtih a Beckett Flame Retention head oil burner at about $6K.
The other system is the Energy Kinetics 2000, model EK-2, integrated heat and hot water system with a Beckett 3450 flame rentention head burner at $9K.
The latter promises to give up to 40% savings each year on oil consumption.
Any experience out there wtih the Energy Kinetics system?
We are trying to decide whether it is worth the extra $3K outlay to hope we do get the energy savings going forward.