Appliance Calculator

Use the Appliance Calculator to find out how much your appliances cost to run.

  1. Click on the appliance category (e.g. Lighting).
  2. Then select the type of appliance from the list. (e.g. Floodlight 150W) and click ‘ADD’.
  3. Fill in how many hours/minutes you use the appliance for on average.

You can add as many appliances as you like.

You can view your total power usage for each appliance category (in the green category banner).

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Please note that the overall cost of using each appliance* in this calculator is approximate only and does not include standby power. It might vary depending on the age and efficiency of the appliance, thermostat settings, the way the appliance is used by you, and other factors. *Air conditioners/heaters: Energy use depends on thermostat setting and thermal performance of the room or house. Dishwashers / Washing Machines: Energy usage will partly depends on the cycle chosen (e.g. short, long) and if it is connected to the hot water tap.

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