Domestic white goods
Find the right cooker and get good advice on energy efficient use of cookers, cooker hoods and electric hobs.
Find the right dishwasher and read our good advice about using it energy efficiently.
The Trust recommends that you choose A+ or A++ labelled freezers.
The Trust recommends that you choose A+ or A++ labelled fridges.
Other kitchen appliances
Kitchen appliances include devices such as coffee makers, electric kettles and blenders. The primary rule for kitchen appliances is to switch them off after you have finished using them. Approximately 2% of the energy used in Danish homes goes on kitchen appliances.
You use 30% more electricity to cook a frozen joint of meat in the oven than you would otherwise use if it was defrosted. Read advice about using your oven energy efficiently.
Get advice on washing and drying and find your energy efficient tumble dryer.
Good laundry habits the easy way
Tipping more soap powder into a machine doesn't make your clothes any cleaner. It merely puts a greater load on the environment. Read here how you can limit your energy consumption when you wash clothes.
Look for the energy labels when choosing a large domestic appliance.
Frequently asked questions about large appliances
Get answers to the most frequently asked questions about large appliances.