Response to Hi Cyril this pump consumes about 1.72 Killowatts per hour (kWh) the Raypak Variable Speed Pump averages about 1kWh. You will normally run your pump 8 hours so the Super II will use 13.76 kWh per day vs. the Raypak Variable Speed using 8 kWh per day. If you live in California energy costs are roughly .17 cents per kWh so the Super II will cost you $2.34 per day to run or $70.17 per month to operate. The Raypak Variable Speed will cost $1.36 per day to operate or $40.80 per month to run. The Raypak VSP Pump would pay itself back in about 6 weeks which seems like it would be the way to go.

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