Kitchen appliances energy usage and saving tips
Kitchens are where most of the appliances that use lots of energy live, so it’s a prime spot for saving: AIR FRYER
Air fryers are cheaper to run than ovens; why not try a new way of cooking?
On average, people use their microwave for 11 minutes a day at a monthly cost of £1.501
. So, make good use of the microwave – it's the most energy-efficient way to heat and cook food!
The toaster is far more energy efficient than the grill settings on an oven!
Avoid overfilling the kettle; only heat what you need!
Keep me tidy! The more organised your fridge/ freezer is, the quicker you will get in and out, avoiding energy waste.
Only 31% of Brits fill their dishwasher before running it1
, even though it costs an average of £112 a year1
. Make sure you fully load your dishwasher before running a cycle.
Only 28% of people know their oven is the biggest contributor to electricity bills1
. The oven is typically on for over two hours a day! This can rack up to a huge £47.12 a month1
. So, as the most expensive appliance in your home, keep the door shut as much as possible to trap in the heat.