Category: Electricity and gas : consumption

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Estimating and understanding how much energy your household appliances useElectricity and gas : consumption 3 May 2022

How much energy do your fridge, oven, television, dishwasher and washing machine use each year? To find out and predict how much energy your household appliances use, we explain how you can calculate this yourself, and we give you estimates for all your appliances and show what impact these will have on your energy bill. […]
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Seven energy-saving tips for the kitchenElectricity and gas : consumption 3 May 2022

Reduce your energy consumption when cooking – it can be done! From using the right utensils to optimising your cooking time: discover seven simple, effective tips on how to save energy in the kitchen! 1/ How can you save energy when cooking? Reducing the energy used in your kitchen is easy! When cooking food, use […]
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5 tips for detecting a loss of electricityElectricity and gas : consumption 3 May 2022

Did you notice an increase in consumption on your last adjustment bill? This could be due to an electrical leakage. To take control of your consumption and your energy bill, it is important to spot electricity losses. We will explain what you need to do.
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Five questions to understand the relationship between watt and kilowatt-hourElectricity and gas : consumption 3 May 2022

When we talk about electricity, what unit of measurement should we use: the watt, the kilowatt or the kilowatt hour? What do they mean? Energyprice.be will help you to differentiate between them.
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Energy class: no more “+” symbols: the A to G label is making a comebackElectricity and gas : consumption 3 May 2022

Over nearly 30 years, energy classes have undergone a number of changes in terms of presentation, classification, and variants. From the most energy-efficient to the least, this compulsory labeling system implemented by the European Union uses a color code (green to red) and a letter code (A+++ to D) to classify the energy efficiency of […]
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