Electricity costs calculated at average electricity tariff of 27 cents per kilowatt-hour.
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Annual Running Cost
Small amounts soon add up, and if you buy an electric cooktop with lower annual running costs you can save up to $167 a year on your energy bills. It’s that simple! Look for the appliance with the lowest energy consumption and the best price and you’ve got yourself a bargain. That’s how Save Energy Save Money helps consumers make the best buying decisions. We compare cooktops not only by price but also by annual running costs to give you the best possible snapshot of the lifetime cost of an appliance. So if you’re looking to buy a new electric cooktop, take a look at our comparison tables and save.
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We’re the only website in Australia making such comparisons, and we do it not because we’re affiliated with any retailers but because we’re committed to the idea that everyone can buy sustainably and also save money. Save Energy Save Money compares hundreds of different household appliances, from washers, dryers and fridges to TVs, kitchen appliances and air conditioners. And by knowing how much it costs to run an appliance each year, you can make informed choices that don’t necessarily involve the lowest initial cost price.
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Just check the annual running cost listed next to each brand, find one that’s cost-effective to run and then click on the Compare Prices button to see a list of retailers who stock it and the price each is asking. All the major brands are compared, including Whirlpool, Omega, Delonghi and Chef, so you’re guaranteed to save and get a quality appliance as well. Save energy, save money and save time when shopping for appliances with Save Energy Save Money, the website with huge savings and simple solutions every day.
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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