As energy prices soar, retailers like Currys are introducing some of the best home appliances that are greener and more affordable
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For many of us in the UK, the start of April meant a spike in energy bills, some of them drastic.
While some prices may not have risen as much, the overall cost of living is no doubt seeing many of us feeling the pinch, and some of the tech retailers are starting to respond.
Currys is the UK’s largest tech retailer and last week announced a ‘Go Greener’ range of eco-friendly and sustainable home appliances, with new offerings for LG, Samsung and Bosch rolling out online and in stores.
This new category allows customers to filter technology into products that save the most energy and water, reduce food waste and also save materials.
LG NatureFRESH Slim American-style fridge-freezer
The NatureFresh fridge-freezer combination from LG trumps Together, DoorCooling+ and LINEARCooling technologies keep the temperature low and cool the contents of your refrigerator more efficiently than traditional cooling systems.
AEG BPS356020M electric oven
This multifunctional electric oven from AEG features a hot air convection system that distributes hot air evenly throughout the cooking cavity.
Not only does this mean it heats up faster, but you can cook efficiently at lower temperatures, helping you save time and energy.
Shoppers can save up to 30% online on hot items to help deal with the big pressure.
Here you can view all the products in the range and as if that wasn’t enough, Currys offers free delivery and also collects your old equipment for recycling completely free of charge. This service normally costs £30 so we can’t fret about another way to save.
These discounts will expire on April 26th and are subject to availability, but the Go Greener section will remain.
Matt Manning, Group Carbon and Environment Manager at Currys, says: “We are excited to offer our customers an incredible range of Go Greener technologies with brilliant savings.
As the UK’s largest tech retailer and largest tech recycler, we make continuous strides to ensure we offer the best products that not only help consumers save money but also help reduce their impact on the planet. “
And if you’re looking to save money on more than just home appliances, don’t worry as there are plenty of separately available deals too.
Curry’s Epic Deals Sale is back for Easter, meaning many of the deals end tomorrow (April 19), but there are still hundreds of deals on top tech items.
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