That is a good question. Many people use this kind of appliance without considering how much energy it uses. But it’s difficult to provide you with an accurate answer, as the consumption in question may be influenced by several factors, such as how many heating elements are on, and whether it’s a conventional or convection oven.
Given the average annual consumption of ovens, the typical use would cost about 2.1 kWh. That means that using your oven every day could translate into over $62 a year on your electricity bill.
It is a smart move to use smaller appliances instead of the oven whenever possible. For comparison’s sake, a slow cooker can save you up to 80% on electricity compared to an oven.
We encourage you to visit our Web site, where you can find several tools to help you calculate the consumption of your appliances.