Is it cheaper to boil a kettle or run the hot tap?
It is worth pointing out that hot water taps are more energy efficient and could ultimately work out cheaper, depending on how much you boil the kettle on an average day. If you only make the occasional cup of tea then it will be far cheaper to stick to your trusty kettle.
Are boiling hot water taps worth it?
The most obvious, and applicable to all boiling hot taps is the ability to save water by only using as much as you need. Focusing on Quooker specifically, their appliances are more efficient in terms of electrical costs. Even compared to boiling a pan full of water on an induction hob for cooking.
Is a hot water dispenser cheaper to run than a kettle?
What’s more, kettles also waste energy when overused as they lose heat throughout the boiling process. Instant hot water dispensers are much more energy efficient, with as little as possible wasted.