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Did you know your kitchen is probably one of the greatest sources of energy consumption in your entire home.
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With energy prices rising, you might be looking for ways to cut your costs and saving energy. The kitchen is one of the best places to start, as some of the top five energy consuming appliances can be found here.
Wet appliances in the kitchen account for about 14% of your total energy bill. That’s the washing machine, dishwasher and the sink, all of which require water and energy to heat it up. Fridges and freezers make up about 13%. Then there’s lighting and electricity and the way you cook your food.
Source: Energy Saving Trust
So, if you’re trying to reduce your home’s carbon footprint (not to mention your monthly bills), we’ve got five ways to help you make your kitchen more eco-friendly.
Updated June 2023