Kitchen Appliances: Get a Taste for Savings
Energy-Saving Kitchen Appliances
Kitchen appliances, especially your refrigerator, cooktop, oven, and dishwasher eat up a lot of energy, raising your utility bill. Unless you cook a lot, the relative efficiency of other cooking appliances compared to refrigerators is less critical. Help yourself to real energy savings by choosing energy-efficient products and using less efficient models wisely.
Source – Savings estimates based on Energy Star® - Certified model replacing a standard top-freezer model 9top freezer style, 19-21. 4 cubic feet in volume). Assumes Southern California average residential electricity rate of $0.17/kWh.
1 Savings estimates based on ENERGY STAR®-certified model replacing a standard top-freezer model (top-freezer style, 19—21.4 cubic feet in volume). Assumes Southern California average residential electricity rate of $0.17/kWh.