|Model||Weight (kg)||No. Oven Cavities||Cavity Volume (Litres)||Energy Consumption* (Conventional) KWH/Cycle||Energy Consumption* (Fan Forced) KWH/Cycle||Energy Efficiency Index (Conventional)||Energy Efficiency Index (Fan Forced)|
*Energy consumption for electric cooking appliances are calculated using the following Standard: BS EN 50304 & BS EN 60350 – Electric cooking ranges, hobs, ovens and grills for household use - Methods for measuring performance
Reducing the Environmental Impact
Reducing energy consumption will reduce the impact of cooking on the environment. The following tips can help you to reduce your energy consumption:
- Do not pre-heat the oven too early. Aim to have the oven hot at the same time as the food is ready to be placed in it.
- Maximise the use of your pre-heated oven – cook or bake in batches.
- Minimise the number of times you open the oven door during cooking (to reduce heat loss).
- Cook multiple dishes at the same time.
- Use the residual heat in the oven to finish the cooking process (turn the oven off a few minutes before the cooking time is up).
- Use ceramic or glass cooking dishes which may reduce the cooking time or allow you to reduce the oven temperature.
- Use fan functions wherever possible. These functions may allow you to reduce cooking times and/or temperatures. Fan forced functions will allow you to bake on multiple shelves at the same time.
- Replace oven seals if they become damaged. A damaged seal will decrease the efficiency of your oven.
- Cutting food into smaller pieces will reduce cooking time.
- Do not use the oven to defrost food.