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Hotpoint is revolutionising appliances for carbon-free living

This week (July 1st to 7th) is Net Zero Week, so we are highlighting innovations that pave the way toward a carbon-free future. Home appliance brand Hotpoint claims to be at the forefront of this movement and says it is developing products designed to significantly reduce carbon footprints and enhance energy efficiency in everyday household tasks.  

Hotpoint’s latest line of appliances, featuring advanced energy-saving technologies, demonstrates our commitment to carbon reduction. For example, its new washing machines and refrigerators have smart sensors that optimise energy consumption. At the same time, its eco-friendly dishwashers use up to 30% less water and energy without compromising performance.  

Key highlights include:  

Energy Efficiency: Hotpoint says its appliances are engineered to exceed current energy standards, reducing household energy consumption and lowering utility bills.  

Smart Technology: Innovations such as technology-driven load detection and adaptive washing cycles ensure minimal energy use, aligning perfectly with Net Zero goals. A perfect example is its Heat Pump Technology, which removes moisture from your clothes and recycles it through the machine, providing perfectly dry clothes. This technology is more of an economical approach to tumble drying, as it can save you up to 50% in energy consumption. 

Sustainable Manufacturing: Hotpoint is committed to sustainable manufacturing practices and has had a zero-waste-to-landfill policy since 2019. By utilising recycled materials and reducing waste in its production processes, the company saves 4000 tonnes of waste that would otherwise go to landfill. With over 6.6 million spare parts held in stock to service customer appliances, Hotpoint ensures longevity and helps reduce waste. Moreover, Hotpoint supports its field network stand, ensuring 1.2m repair visits per year.  

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