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Running Costs & Efficiency

Electric range cookers are easier to install and tend to be more efficient and reliable than oil or gas fired ranges – with Everhot leading the way.

The genius of an Everhot’s design is that it uses a trickle feed of electricity and its peak demand is a fraction of other electric range cookers’.

Everhot cookers were designed from the ground up to work with renewables and simply run off a standard 13amp plug with no need for an annual service.  
All our cookers are handmade in our carbon negative factory in Gloucestershire.  
 

Background
 
The true test of a heat storage cookers efficiency is the cost to run it when it is left on 24 hours a day with the ovens and cast iron plates turned on.
It is important when comparing different manufacturers to ask what the running costs will be when left in this mode.
 
Summary of Running Costs

The table shows weekly running costs of each model when left on at cooking temperatures and using the ECO mode overnight.

Model Power consumption using ECO overnight (KWH) Cost
EVH 60 85 £11.90
EVH 90+ 100 £14.00
EVH 90i 85 £11.90
EVH 100+ 100 £14.00
EVH 100i 85 £11.90
EVH 110+ 100 £14.00
EVH 110i 100 £14.00
EVH 120i 100 £14.00
EVH 120+ 170 £23.80
EVH 150i 100 £14.00
EVH 150+ 170 £23.80

Notes
• Costs based on an 14p per unit electricity cost    
• Using the 'ECO' function reduces weekly running costs by approximately15%