Cost of operation is dependent on wattage consumed which is displayed on the pump itself and what your energy company charges you per kilowatt. Let’s say the pump is displaying 300 W during operation and you run the pump for 8 hours: .3KW x 8 hours x 30 days = 72 KW Then you multiply by what every your utility company charges, let’s say $0.30: 72KW x .3 = $21.60

Here is a nice Energy savings Calculator that Pentair makes available. Plug in all the values within the online calculator and it will give you a rough estimate of cost and cost savings.

Cost of operation is dependent on wattage consumed which is displayed on the pump itself and what your energy company charges you per kilowatt. Let’s say the pump is displaying 300 W during operation and you run the pump for 8 hours: .3KW x 8 hours x 30 days = 72 KW Then you multiply by what every your utility company charges, let’s say $0.30: 72KW x .3 = $21.60

Here is a nice Energy savings Calculator that Pentair makes available. Plug in all the values within the online calculator and it will give you a rough estimate of cost and cost savings.

http://www.pentairpool.com/support/calculators/pool-pump-calc/index.htm