Water Filter & Cooler Energy Calculator (Cost and kWh Usage)

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Using a Water Filter & Cooler is a convenient way to keep hydrated, but have you ever stopped to think about the energy consumption? It’s important to consider the energy usage of appliances to reduce our carbon footprint and energy bills. The Water Filter & Cooler defaults to 70 watts, but what does that really mean for energy consumption?


How To Use This Calculator

Using this energy calculator is a simple and will help you determine the costs of running your appliance. Click on ‘Calculate’ to use the predefined values, or enter your daily usage in hours, appliance watts, and your current energy costs in dollars. The calculator will provide you with the daily, monthly, and yearly results. It’s important to ensure the accuracy of the information entered to get the most accurate results.

Hours Used Per Day

Enter the number of hours you estimate the appliance will be on throughout the day. To use fractions of an hour please use a decimal point in the form.

For example: 1 hour and 30 mintes would be 1.5, and 3 hours and 15 minutes would be 3.25

Power Used in Watts

The calculator already includes a default average wattage. If your appliance uses a different wattage then enter it in the calculator.

Your Energy Rate in kWh

The calculator includes an average energy rate (price in $/kWh) to use for the calculation. This may not be the exact price that you’re currently paying for electricity. If you know your energy rate please enter your price per kilowatt-hour.

Importance of Energy Consumption:

It’s not just about saving money on your energy bill, but also about reducing your impact on the environment. By reducing your energy usage, you contribute to the global effort of lowering carbon emissions and slowing down climate change. Additionally, being mindful of energy consumption can help you make informed decisions when purchasing appliances.

Cost in Dollars of Energy Usage

The formula to calculate the cost of energy usage is simple:

Cost = Energy Usage (kWh) x Energy Price ($/kWh)

Money Saving Tips

If you’re looking to save money on your energy bill and reduce your impact on the environment, here are some tips:

  • Turn off the appliance when not in use or when you’re away from home
  • Consider investing in a more energy-efficient model
  • Use a timer to regulate usage and reduce idle time
  • Regularly clean and maintain the appliance to ensure it’s running efficiently

By implementing these tips, you can save money on your energy bill and reduce your carbon footprint.

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