I had an Energy Kinetics 2000 system installed 4 years ago, that was connected to an existing older hot water tank. The EK system produces the domestic hot water in the boiler and uses the tank for storage only (btw, I HIGHLY recommend this system). Now, the tank has started to leak and needs to be replaced. It seems that all the popular water tanks on the market include a heating element, which is not needed here. So, here is the question: Price-wise, does it make sense to pay for that unnecessary heating element, or is it better to hold out for a storage-only tank? Also, what is the best place to find a storage-only water tank that gives a good price-to-quality ratio?
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