Electricity costs calculated at average electricity tariff of 27 cents per kilowatt-hour.
Usage is defined by
Annual Running Cost
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Electricity costs calculated at average electricity tariff of 27c/kwh
LPG Gas costs calculated at average of 4.41 cents per megajoule.
Natural Gas costs calculated at average gas tariff of 3 cents per megajoule.
Standby: Where figures are available and/or applicable, the "In-Use" hours are deducted from the overall standby period.
Slow Cookers, Bread Makers & Food Dehydrators are based on 1 cooking Cycle per week, 52 weeks in the year. All other cooking appliances are based on 1 hour usage per week, 52 weeks in the year
6 hours usage per day, 365 Days a year
Energy Saving bulb based on CFL/LED wattage, depending on manufactures specifications
Non Energy Saving bulb based on Incandescent or Halogen wattage, depending on manufactures specifications
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