Energy-saving appliances: Energy saving in the home gallery
- Cut your electricity bill with energy efficient appliances
- Guides on ways you can cut your energy bill
- Energy efficient light bulbs, washing machines and fridges
Energy saving appliances and advice
Energy efficient products are cheaper to run, which means if you buy wisely, your electricity bills will be lower. Here at Which? we've rated hundreds of products for energy efficiency and below reveal a selection of some of the energy saving items we've tested.
Even if you're not ready to buy a new energy saving product just yet, our gallery shows you which areas of your home you can save energy in when the time comes for a new purchase. And energy saving doesn't have to cost you anything, as our guides to saving energy explain. Which? members can then log in to see full Which? test results for all the products we've tested, including the latest energy-saving washing machines, fridges, fridge-freezers, and dishwashers.
We test each product thoroughly in our test labs and have found find big differences between the best and worst models. Only the very best products are recommended as Which? Best Buys. If you're not an existing Which? member sign up for a £1 to get instant access.
Best energy saving products
Energy monitors - Save money on your energy bills by finding the most accurate energy monitor.
Light bulbs - Energy saving LED and CFL light bulbs can brighten your home for less.
Kettles - The best energy-saving kettles we've tested use less energy than their rivals to make a cuppa.
Fridge freezers - We've found the best fridge freezers with low running costs for their size.
Washing machines - The best washing machines that use less water and energy than others.
Tumble dryers - We've tested both gas and electric tumble dryers to find the most efficient.
Dishwashers - Some dishwashers can be more efficient than washing by hand as they use less water.
Washer-dryers - There's a big gap in running costs between the most and least efficient washer-dryers.
Boilers - A big purchase, so when the time comes for a new one ensure you get an efficient boiler.
Televisions - We reveal how annual TV running costs vary between £14 to £42.
Solar panels - Although they require an initial investment, solar panels can cut your energy bill in the long run.
Energy saving advice
Energy costs calculators - Find out how much it costs to run your fridge, TV and other domestic appliances.
How to cut energy costs - Our guide on cutting your fuel bills by choosing tariffs and other tips.
Energy labels explained - Find out how energy efficiency ratings work and how they can help you shop.