Shocking freezer facts


A new fridge-freezer could pay for itself in three years!

Energy Saving Expert

The biggest consumer of electricity in the home is the refrigerator. Almost every home has fridges and freezers, and they all use over £1 billion worth of electricity each year. Refrigerators use so much energy because they’re always switched on – which is unavoidable – however you can cut the energy consumption of your fridge-freezer following these energy-saving tips:

Make sure all electrical equipment purchases are marked with the Energy Star – the global indicator of energy efficiency. Always base your purchases on running costs. Fridge-freezers should cost to run about £1.90 per cubic foot, or 160 kWh, per year. This will cost about £23.00 per year for an average sized fridge-freezer. Some of the worst new fridge-freezers cost up to £5.00 per cubic foot, or over £70.00 per year. Any fridge-freezer over 10 years old may well be costing up to £10.00 per cubic foot, or…

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