By law, certain electrical appliances have to carry an energy rating and list their energy consumption, so the customer can make informed decisions when buying the products. This guide will help you understand the energy labels you'll find on appliances like fridges, washing machines and ovens.
Energy labels show the energy usage, and the efficiency of the appliance. They're useful to get an idea of how much energy your kit will use, but they don't give any idea of the product's performance – so they can't be used to compare how well different products work.
These products should all have an energy label.
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