The 5 Most Energy-Efficient Ovens for 2024

Energy-Efficient Ovens for 2024

We’ve looked at energy-efficient fridge freezers, and now we’re going to take a look at ovens.

Let’s up your cooking power and lower your energy bills, with a new energy-efficient oven in 2024. 

What is Energy Efficiency?

In simple terms, energy efficiency means using less energy to get the same job done. In turn, you save the planet, and your purse. Energy-efficient appliances are believed to save you 20% – 50% on your monthly energy bills. 

The 5 Most Energy-Efficient Ovens for 2024

CDA SL550BL Thirteen Function Electric Pyrolytic Oven

At a glance

Energy efficiency rating: A+

Approximate price: £579

Key features:

  • Safety key lock
  • Touch control
  • Preheating indicator 
  • Semi-automatic cooking
  • Integrated anti-tilt shelves

This oven from CDA is not only one of the most energy-efficient models available but also has other modern features. 

The colourways are designed to suit the different modern kitchens, coming in black glass or accented stainless steel. Its 77L capacity makes it a suitable oven for a family household.

Discover your next oven with CDA for quality appliances at affordable prices.

Bosch HBG674BS1B Built-in Oven 

This model is from the trusted appliance manufacturer Bosch. It’s not only energy-efficient but uses 4D Hotair technology for even heat distribution.

The aesthetics of this oven marry up with its modern technology. The sleek Bosch Control Wheel fits perfectly into any modern kitchen.

At a glance

Energy-efficiency rating: A+

Approximate price: £840

Key features:

  • 4D Hotair 
  • AutoPilot 10
  • Cleaning Assistance 
  • TFT display control


Neff B47CS34H0B Built-in Slide & Hide Single Oven


At a glance

Energy-efficiency rating: A+ 

Approximate price: £989

Key features: 

  • Slide & Hide door 
  • Circotherm 
  • Eco Clean with Base Clean
  • Shift control 
  • Home Connect

From Neff, comes this discrete built-in oven. Highly energy-efficient, this model doesn’t compromise on design. The Slide & Hide feature allows you to move the door fully out of the way. You can minimise hazards by using this feature.

Bosch HBS534BS0B Built-in Oven

At a glance

Energy-efficiency rating: A

Approximate price: £429

Key features:

  • 3D Hotair 
  • Red LED display controls 
  • Pop-out controls 
  • EcoClean Direct 
  • Cleaning Assistance 

This Bosch built-in model is an energy-efficient solution with 3D Hotair technology. Even heat distribution allows for improved cooking and ultimately, better dishes. 


Hoover HOC3B3058IN Multifunction Built-In Single Oven


At a glance

Energy-efficiency rating: A+

Approximate price: £249

Key features:

  • 8 functions
  • LED programmer
  • Rotary and Touch Control 
  • Variable Grill
  • Hydro Easy Clean

Hoover’s Multifunction built-in ovens are a popular choice for 2024. With a 65L capacity, this one fits seamlessly into your kitchen.

What Should I Look for When Buying an Energy-Efficient Oven?

Consider these factors when purchasing an energy-efficient oven and you’re certain to get the right one for you.

Fuel source

Check what your fuel source is as this will narrow down your selection quite significantly. Electric or gas, it’s good to start with this.

Capacity

Who are you cooking for? How often are you going to be relying on your oven? It’s important to ask these questions. You may find that a larger capacity is needed to suit your large family. Or, a smaller one for just yourself.

Budget

With all the bells and whistles you find in modern technology, buying an oven can get pretty expensive. Define and stick to a pre-agreed budget. You’ll find that experts are more than happy to help you find the right range for your budget. 

Is Electric or Gas Cheaper?

This is a question that people have pondered over for years. Here’s the truth about oven running costs. 

According to ChefsPick, electric ovens use less energy to run. But, electricity is more expensive, especially right now. In fact, electricity costs more than three times as much as gas per kilowatt hour. 

The average gas oven costs £0.16 per use, whilst the average electric oven costs £0.30.

Electric vs Gas: The Pros and Cons 

Electric Ovens

Gas Ovens 

Which Energy-Efficient Oven Will It Be?

Our range of energy-efficient ovens is available to view in our showroom, or online. The team is always on hand to match you to your next modern appliance.

Make the switch to energy-efficient appliances today and watch the savings.

Disclaimer:

Modern Living are constantly updating its energy rating labels across the site.

Customers should ensure that they are using up-to-date information when selecting their products.

For further information on these changes please visit energysavingtrust.co.uk.

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