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Almost half of the electricity consumed in your home is estimated to be from kitchen appliances. Choosing more efficient models can really help cut down your energy bills and the EU Energy Label is the quickest and easiest way to discover how energy efficient an appliance is.
With technology becoming more advanced, the EU has decided to improve the current label to give you a better understanding of what energy saving features an appliance has. We’ve set out a quick guide of the different parts to the label so you’ll know what to look for.
This top section of the label is the easiest way to see how efficient an appliance is. You can see that A+++ is the most efficient with D the least. Similar to the old label, dark green shows the best efficiency while dark red is the least.
The lower section varies on each label and uses symbols to display other useful information on the appliances. Have a read below to see our guide to these.
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