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Residential Electric Cooking Products

Last Updated: 02/26/24
Residential Electric Cooking Products

A household cooking appliance consisting of a horizontal surface containing one or more surface units that utilize electric resistance heating or electric inductive heating. This includes electric cooking top component of conventional electric ranges (a combined electric cooking product), a standalone conventional electric cooking top (including portable conventional electric cooking tops), or any conventional electric cooking top component of a combined electric cooking product. Combined electric cooking products include the following products: conventional electric range, microwave/conventional electric cooking top, microwave/conventional electric oven, and microwave/conventional electric range.

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Life Cycle Cost Savings

Life Cycle Costing (LCC) aims to quantify the financial impact of a product over its entire life cycle to assist consumers in making decisions that will save them money over the long term.

An efficient product is cost effective when the energy costs saved over the life of the product exceed the additional upfront cost (if any) of the more efficient model. Energy Star considers both upfront costs and lifetime energy cost savings when setting required efficiency levels. Federal purchasers can assume that Energy Star-qualified products are life-cycle cost effective.

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Contributes to meeting The Guiding Principles for Sustainable Federal Buildings