How much power does an electric Aga use?
|Mode||kWh per week||Background kitchen warmth watts per hour (approx)|
|Cooking the 7 day menu***. Ovens and hotplates on only when required||34.5||100w|
|Cooking the 7 day menu***. Ovens and hotplates turned up from economy mode for cooking||74.1||300w|
Keeping this in consideration, is an electric Aga expensive to run?
The average cost of running an AGA Whether you're after two, three or four ovens, the 13-amp electric models cost the most to run. However, if you're after a three-oven model, your cheapest option is actually natural gas at £17.33 a week.
Subsequently, question is, are electric Agas any good? Electric Aga Review Conclusion The wonderful constant heat source and delicious moist food, are benefits of all Aga's, regardless of how they are powered. The additional benefits of an Electric Aga over its fossil fuelled counterparts make it a highly attractive option.
Accordingly, how much does an electric Aga cost to run per year?
|Fuel / Model||2 Oven||Cost/unit|
|eR7 (Total Control) (Menu only, off when not in use)||n/a||14.1p / kWh|
|Hotplates for 7 Series (and Dual / Total Control), AGA 60 and 3 Series|
|Boiling Plate||0.54 kW/h (7.6p per hour / £1.83 per day)||14.1p / kWh|
|Simmering Plate||0.24 kW/h (3.4p per hour / £0.81 per day)||14.1p / kWh|
How many kW is an Aga?
Energy use A small, traditional two-oven AGA running on gas will use approximately 2,530 watts; 22,200 kilowatt-hours per year (perhaps half that if switched off during the summer months). The average standard gas oven and hob uses 580 kilowatt-hours per year (66 watts), only 2.6% of the AGA's consumption.