Make sure your oven door closes tightly.
Use a microwave rather than conventional oven, when possible. Nothing is more energy efficient for – cooking than your microwave. It uses two-thirds less energy than your stove.
Keep the center of the pan over the element, and keep the lid on when cooking on the stovetop.
Only boil the amount of water that you need-just ensure there is enough water to cover the heating element. Turn the element or electric kettle down as soon as it reaches the boiling point.
By using kitchen and bathroom exhaust fans to remove excess heat and moisture, you may save each month on your overall cooling bill.
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