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To use the map and chart, first determine the SEER of your current system. Then using the map, find your zone. Cross-reference your zone and SEER in the table to determine your approximate operating cost. Take the difference between your current cost and that of a new, more efficient system to learn your estimated annual savings.

Approximate Annual Savings
Cooling Efficiencies Approximate Annual Cooling Operating Costs
SEER Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3 Zone 4 Zone 5
 6 $479 $614 $833 $866 $1,359
 8 $359 $455 $625 $649 $1,020
10 $288 $368 $500 $519 $815
12 $239 $307 $417 $432 $680
13 $222 $285 $386 $402 $631
14 $207 $265 $360 $375 $589
15 $192 $246 $334 $348 $546
18 $161 $206 $280 $290 $456
(Based on 2005 DOE national average price for electricity [0.0945/kwh]. Assuming the use of 36,000 BTU nominal capacity. Information derived using Elite Energy Audit Program. Cooling based on Bin data. Operating cost based on 2,100 sq. ft. and occupancy of 4 people. Actual savings may vary.)

Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio (SEER) is a measure of air-cooling efficiency. The governmentís minimum rating for new air conditioning systems is 13 SEER.
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