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A Belgian household has an average of... 95 appliances!

A Belgian household has an average of 95 appliances, ten of which are no longer used. With appliances, health care devices, audio and video devices, telecommunication devices, etc., there is no doubt that our homes are invaded by electronics.

Unsurprisingly, all these appliances represent a significant portion of a household's budget, in terms of both purchase and use. Do you want to save money? Here are some interesting tips.

How can I reduce the cost of my appliances (purchase, use and end of life)?
How much do appliances consume?

How about optimising washing machine consumption?

The washing machine is one of the most energy-consuming appliances. But don't panic, here are some tips to optimise its use and therefore its consumption. For example, if you have a dual-time meter, take advantage of off-peak hours to run your machines.

Discover more tips for optimising how you use your washing machine.

Do you have a dual-time meter? Here's how to maximise your savings!

If you have a dual-time meter in your home, it is in your best interest to shift your electricity consumption as much as possible to off-peak hours. It is therefore beneficial to run your most energy-consuming appliances (washing machine, dryer, dishwasher, etc.) in the evening, on weekends or during holidays. 

What is the dual hourly rate?
What are the benefits of the dual hourly rate?

Are you planning to install solar panels? Read this...

Many people are thinking about installing photovoltaic panels on their roofs due to the current energy crisis. What types of panels should I choose? What products can I expect? Is my roof suitable? All these questions are answered in our special file on photovoltaic panels.

How does a solar panel work?
> Find more tips in our special file on solar panels.

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