Irrigation Fuel Cost Comparison Twin Valleys Public Power District (USE TAB KEY TO ENTER DATA IN BOXES BELOW, THEN CLICK UPDATE) Fuel Type D=Diesel, P=Propane, N=Natural Gas Fuel Used Gallons/Hr for Diesel & Propane or Therms/Hr for Natural Gas Annual Operating Hours Fuel Costs $/gallon or $/Therm Natural Gas Annual Connect Costs Include lube & filter costs N=No, Y=Yes (calculated at 15% of fuel costs) “” Results* No Control 1-Day + Sunday Control 2-Day Control – No Sunday 3-Day + Sunday Control Total Control Present Annual Fuel Costs Estimated Annual Lube & Filter Costs Total Est Annual Engine Operating Costs Annual Electric Costs Annual kWh Costs Annual Horsepower Charges Total Annual Electric Costs Total Savings * All results are estimates and are for informational purposes only. This is a screening to determine if a savings may be possible by converting engine driven pumping to electric pumping. After reviewing this cost comparison, if you are interested in further exploring electric pumping opportunities, the next step would be to determine if 3-phase power is available (the smallest pumps may only require single-phase power). To provide an accurate estimate of any costs that you would have to be responsible for to bring adequate power to your location, Twin Valleys PPD needs to know the horsepower of the electric pump motor(s) and any other motors associated with your irrigation system, such as center pivot drive motors, center pivot end gun booster pump motors, etc. The best source to determine the electric pump(s) motor horsepower is the well drilling company that installed the pump. We will be glad to assist you in how to proceed. Please give us a call at 1-800-658-4266.