While many will have already cut back on their gas and electricity usage as best they can during the cost of living crisis, some may want to work out which appliances guzzle the most energy to see if any more savings could be made.
To use a washing machine once a day, it would currently cost around £59 to £99 per year
Costs will vary, but running an electric blanket for eight hours, 180 days per year, is estimated to cost between £23 and £78 a year.
From January, this would rise to £25 to £82.
Erin Yurday, CEO and co-founder of NimbleFins, said: "Energy prices remain stubbornly high so we wanted to uncover some of the worst offenders in the home to understand where they're spending.
"If you ever needed evidence when telling someone to turn off the light - just one incandescent bulb costs £35 a year to keep on, and that rises to £38 from January.
"We were actually quite surprised that some less efficient slow cookers could cost more to use than a conventional oven.
"It can be confusing when different brands and models of the same appliance have different usages, so if you're really trying to keep on top of things, monitoring how much your smart meter goes up when you switch something on can be a good start."