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Articles, tagged with "energy rating", page 1

18th March 2011

16 Climate Change Solutions - The Built Environment

Government could be a force for progress in finding Climate Change solutions. The problem simply has to be solved. Time is showing that there is no escape from this reality. Politics aside, the governance mechanisms need to be in the public interest, free...

23rd February 2011

Whirlpool Appliances-A Blend Of Exclusiveness And Affordability

Whirlpool is a renowned company in the field of home appliances, as well as, electronic products. In India, Whirlpool is one of the well-liked electronic brand names. Description of Some of the appliances offered by whirlpool Refrigerators In a c...

30th April 2010

Go green with a sensor tumble dryer

When you invest in a sensor tumble dryer you are also investing in the environment. Tumble dryers are notoriously inefficient and are most commonly given a C energy rating. However, in the winter months, and just generally in the moist British climate, yo...

12th April 2010

Choosing a 7kg tumble dryer?

7kg tumble dryers are a good choice for the smaller family. Their capacity ensures they are able to accommodate the entire wash load of a 5 or 6kg washing machine so you don't have to split your laundry. The capacity of 7kg tumble dryers is about 25-3...

01st April 2010

How does an auto defrost fridge or freezer work?

Auto defrost fridges and freezers are an asset to any home as they prevent you from ever having to defrost your appliance. Auto defrost is also known as frost free depending upon the brand of appliance you choose. An auto defrost fridge works by period...

05th March 2010

Beko electric cookers

Beko electric cookers come in sizes from small to standard to suit the family kitchen. If you're looking for a tiny appliance - maybe because you're single, haven't much cooking space, or buying the appliance for a student you might want to consider the t...

06th January 2010

Display Energy Certificates (DECs)

Display Energy Certificates are certificates which all buildings with areas over of 1000 m² which are in use must have, by law. These certificates show how much actual energy usage a building requires to run successfully, which is known as the Operationa...

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