Energy-Efficient Cooking

Induction Cooking

The search for safer, more efficient and environmentally friendly cooking has led to the development of induction cooktops. With many benefits over traditional electric and gas options, induction has become the preference for modern kitchens and the cooking of choice for eco-friendly homes.

Make your kitchen a chef’s delight while driving down energy use today.

Cooking on an induction cooktop

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How Induction Works

Induction cooktops harness the principle of electromagnetic induction to facilitate cooking. Beneath the surface of the cooktop lies a series of copper coils. When electricity passes through these coils, it generates a fluctuating magnetic field. This magnetic field induces an electric current within magnetic cookware placed on the cooktop. As a result, the cookware itself becomes the source of heat, while the cooktop remains cool to the touch.

So, unlike gas or electric-coil cooktops, the surface is not heated and doesn’t stay hot, so it’s safer for your family’s hands while the energy is used to maximum efficiency.

How an induction cooktop works

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Why Choose Induction?

Energy Efficient and Eco Friendly

Induction cooking is highly efficient, directly heating the pots and pans and not a coil or hotplate. This can cut energy bills and lowers carbon footprint, making it an environmentally friendly choice for eco-conscious cooks.

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Healthier Indoor Air Quality

Unlike gas stoves which emit harmful pollutants that compromise indoor air quality and pose health risks, induction cooktops produce no emissions, safeguarding both respiratory health and overall well-being.

Precision Cooking

Offering precise temperature control and rapid response times, induction cooking allows users to exercise full control over the cooking process, whether simmering delicate sauces or searing vegetables to perfection.


With no open flames or hot surfaces, the risk of burn or fire is from induction is significantly reduced. Automatic shut-off makes induction cooking an ideal choice for households with children or pets.

Effortless Maintenance

The flat, glass surface of induction cooktops makes them easy to maintain and clean. Unlike gas stoves with grates and burners that demand meticulous scrubbing, induction cooktops merely require a quick wipe with a damp cloth once it has cooled.

Part of an All-Electric Home

Induction cooktops make the perfect addition to your kitchen as you remove gas fuels from your home in the journey to a cleaner, all-electric home. Or an induction hob if you aren’t ready to replace your entire stovetop.

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As an Accredited Certificate Provider (ACP) Ecovantage works with a network of installation ‘partners’ who supply and install the products. Ecovantage passes enquiries to the partner to make contact and sell their product and services to you directly, and Ecovantage processes the energy certificates for the installation on the partner’s behalf.

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