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One third of your household's energy bills, and well over a quarter of your household's carbon dioxide emissions, come from electrical appliances. Find out about the efficiency of the appliances you use and how you could use them more efficiently.
Entertainment equipment and kitchen appliances are the most power-hungry appliances, with computer equipment taking up an increasingly larger amount of an average household’s electricity consumption. Fortunately there are loads of simple ways to save energy in these areas...
Standby: the energy that no-one uses; why the most efficient products come in small packages; and what to do with your old appliances
Computing products contribute around 13% of the average electricity bill so it's vital to choose energy-efficient models. PCs with the Energy Saving Trust Recommended label use less energy in 'sleep' and 'standby' as well as when they're running...
DAB digital radios, digital televisions and recorders, simple set-top boxes, timers, and energy saving plugs and sockets: they're always on, so they're always using energy. Choosing the most efficient television, set-top box or DAB digital radio helps to keep your bills down: look for the Energy Saving Trust Recommended label.
Tips for saving energy and links to find Energy Saving Trust Recommended models for cookers, ovens and hobs; dishwashers; fridges, freezers and fridge-freezers; kettles; tumble dryers; and washing machines.