Investing in a 13 amp induction hob is one great way to help tackle the rising energy cost in the UK, especially if you have an older electric hob that’s due for an upgrade.

But how much can you save, and how much does it cost to run a 13 amp induction hob in 2024? Let’s find out:

**A typical 13 amp induction hob consumes between 1400-7000 watts depending on how many burners you use. If you’re running a single 1800-watt burner, it would cost £0.09 for 10 minutes of usage, £0.17 for 20 minutes of usage, £0.26 for 30 minutes of usage, and £0.52 for 60 minutes of usage at £0.29 kWh cost.**

Another example would be, if you’re running two burners, one at 1800 watts and another at 1400 watts, the power consumption would be 3200 watts or 3.2 kWh.

Using this configuration, it would cost £0.15 for 10 minutes, £0.31 for 20 minutes, £0.46 for 30 minutes, and £0.93 for 60 minutes of usage at £0.29 kWh cost.

You can use the **13 amp induction hob running cost calculator** below to enter your details to see how much a plug-in induction would cost you to run.

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