What Is the Most Economical Electric Heater?

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The most economical electric heater is a storage heating system. It takes advantage of cheaper electricity prices, in the United Kingdom; this is branded as Economy 7. The storage heater stores heat in clay bricks, then releases it during the day when required.
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