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- Dacor Renaissance Epicure EF36BNNFSS
- The Dacor Renaissance Epicure EF36BNNFSS may look cheap, but as it turns out, you really can't judge a fridge by its finish.
Dacor Renaissance Epicure EF36BNNFSS 19.8 Cu. Ft. French Door Stainless Steel Review$2,999.00
Large fridges, even counter depth ones, tend to run up a hefty electric bill. Not so with the Dacor. Using a standard rate of $0.09 per kW-h, this fridge should only cost you about $27.15 per year to operate. Running the ice maker and water filter may raise that a bit, but either way, that number would be low for even smaller models.
Power Use Per Cu Ft
In order to balance the potential discrepancies in energy consumption for fridges of different size, we look at how much energy is used per cubic foot of usable space. This counter depth fridge isn't terribly big, but even so, it only uses 0.07 kW-h per cubic foot. That's exceptional, definitely on the low end of energy use.