Household Appliances and Lighting
Many new domestic appliances carry an EU energy label which rates products from A-G for energy efficiency where A is most energy efficient and G least energy efficient. However these ratings do not provide an indication of actual energy costs and can be misleading; it does not follow that all A rated appliances cost the same to run, in some categories a B rated appliance can cost less to run than an A rated appliance. Confused? Well this section provides you with the facts about the energy consumption of various domestic appliances; it includes guidance on actual energy costs and whether energy consumption should be a factor in your purchasing decision. Click on the different products below to help you compare energy costs.
How much does it cost to have a light on for 1 hour?
Well it depend on the light.