When buying a high investment item such as a fridge, it is important to evaluate how much it will cost to run. All models are now rated by the EU to let people know how much energy is needed to run them. The energy ratings go from ‘A’ to ‘G’ with ‘A’ being the best. A refrigerator with a high energy rating will save you electricity and money on your energy bills. Some manufacturers have models which have a better than ‘A’ rating:
A good way to work out just how much buying an energy saving refrigerator will save you is to calculate how much it costs to run over a year. To help you we have calculated how much it costs to run your refrigerator depending on how energy efficient it is. These calculations take into account that your refrigerator is working 24 hours a day every day of the year and base the average of energy cost being 11p per kilowatt per hour. It can cost less or more depending on how you use your fridge. Hopefully the useful table below will give you a better guide to the differences in costs between the different energy efficient refrigerators.
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