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Fridges, washing machines and TVs…how much it costs to keep household essentials running


DO you waste energy analysing expensive electricity bills?

It may help to know how much you are splashing out on your daily shower and cuppa.

From fridges and phone chargers to washing machines, we break down what you really spend your energy bills on

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From fridges and phone chargers to washing machines, we break down what you really spend your energy bills onCredit: Alamy

This week The Sun Online revealed it costs 8p to power an electric fan for ten hours while you are sleeping. That’s £30 a year.

With the average price of a unit of energy (kWh) at 17.2p, according to the Government, you can calculate roughly how much your other household appliances set you back each day using this equation: Power of appliance (kilowatts) x time (hours used) x cost of 1kWh (17.2p) = energy cost.

Luckily Katy Docherty has done the maths for you and rounded to the nearest penny.

From fridges to phone chargers – some of these costs may give you a shock.

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