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This unit uses 1500 Watts (1.5 kW) in one hour at its maximum setting. (12.5 A * 120V AC) The total cost will depend on how long the heater is on each day and the utility charges at the time of use (for example, if you have day/night rates).

The manual is available here: http://www.kaz.com/kaz/support/manual/?ProductManualAction=renderProductManualById&ProductManualId=fc5e11ee85619a5101b4c15f217911d6 .

I hope this helps.

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