The first step to reduce our electricity usage is to increase our knowledge and awareness.

For that, there is not better way than calculating how much electricity we are using and how much money our electricity consumption it is costing us.

Electricity usage calculators

Find out:

How to calculate the electricity usage of your home appliances and devices

How to calculate the electricity cost of your home appliances and devices

Fridge electricity usage calculator
Freezer electricity usage calculator
Dishwasher electricity usage calculator
Coffee machine electricity usage calculator
Coffee machine
Kettle electricity usage calculator
Toaster electricity usage calculator
Microwave oven electricity usage
Oven electricity usage
Washing machine electricity usage calculator
Washing machine
Tumble dryer electricity usage calculator
Tumble dryer
Iron electricity usage calculator
Air condition unit electricity usage
Air conditioner
Ceiling fan electricity usage
Ceiling fan
Boiler electricity usage
Water heater
Incandescent bulb electricity usage calculator
Incancescent bulb
LED light bulb electricity usage calculator
LED bulb
CFL light bulb electricity usage calculator
CFL bulb
Fluorescent bulb electricity usage
Fluorescent bulb
Television electricity usage calculator
Gaming console electricity usage
Gaming console
Laptop electricity usage calculator
Computer monitor electricity usage calculator
Computer monitor
Wi-fi router electricity usage calculator
Desktop printer electricity usage calculator
Desktop printer
Desktop computer electricity usage
Desktop computer
Hair dryer electricity usage calculator
Hair dryer
Vacuum cleaner electricity usage
Vacuum cleaner
Cell phone charger electricity usage calculator
Cell phone charger
Electric fan electricity usage calculator
Electric fan
Space heater electricity usage calculator
Space heater
dehumidifier electricity usage
Electric dehumidifier


Electricity measurement units calculators

Find out:

> What is a Watt (W) and how to transform Watts into Kilowatts

> What is a Kilowatt (kW) and how to transform Kilowatts into Kilowatts hour

> What is a Kilowatt hour (kWh) and how to transform Kilowatts hours to other units

> What are Power (P), Voltage (V) and Current (I)

Watt (W)
Kilowatt (kW)
Kilowatt hour (kWh)
Kilowatt hour
Power, voltage, current
Power, Voltage, Current

Electricity conservation - Save and conserve energy

Energy conservation can be defined as the decision and the act of using less energy 

Energy conservation both benefit you and the environment

The act of saving and conserving electricity does benefit you because you will be paying less on your energy bills. 

And it also does benefit the environment because conserving electricity prevents any unnecessary waste of natural resources.

Now, at individual level it may not look worth to try to save a few watts here or there. 

Still, every little counts and if hundreds or thousands of us do save a little every time, it will make an important contribution towards conserving our natural resources.


For example, if 9000 households would manage to save as little as 10 Watts per hour (0,01 kWh) worth of electricity per day, that would add to 32,850 Kilowatt hour (kWh) per year. 

9000 households x 0,01 kWh per day x 365 days per year = 32,850 kWh per year

That is a considerable amount of electricity, but let’s add additional perspectives for clarity:

> Assuming an average cost of 0,18 euro (or dollars, or pounds, or any other currency) we would collectively be saving nearly 6000 euro per year.

> To produce 32850 kWh of electricity it is necessary to use around 17 metric tons of coal or 56 barrels of residual fuel oil.

Have a look to this page for more information about the amount of resources needed to produce electricity.

In any case it is clear that small energy savings do really count when looking into the bigger picture.

If you are looking for ideas to save electricity at home, have a look to this YouTube video were we show some useful tips to reduce the electricity usage at home and decrease the electricity bill. 

Two pie charts showing what home appliances and devices are using the most electricity at home.

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