Appliance energy ratings 12 months on

Appliance energy ratings 12 months on

Appliance energy ratings 12 months on 385 385 Nick Shrimpton

It’s been a year since the appliance energy ratings were changed in order to aid simplicity and understanding for the buying public. But we know from people buying appliances from us that it takes time to get familiar with these changes.

The updated, A to G energy scale is meant to be more easily understood by consumers, compared with the old A+++ to D scale.

This new labelling system will apply to the following appliances:

The new energy labels seek to provide consumers with detailed information on Water SavingEnergy Saving and how this translates into Household Savings. We see more buyers who understand that an appliance that is a little bit more expensive at the time of purchase, is actually cheaper to own over its lifetime because of its efficiency.

If energy efficiency is important in your purchase, be sure to tell us, so we can refer you to those machines and appliances with the the higher ratings.

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