There's no absloute, definitive answer - we're happy to provide a guide (see below) but it all depends on what temperatures you run the ovens and hotplates at (they're all individually controlled and can be set however you choose), whether or not you use 'ECO' mode (and the ECO settings if you do) and of course the cost of your electricity.
The model of Everhot will make a difference too - it stands to reason that the bigger cookers will use a little more fuel than the smaller ones (although not quite as much difference as you would have thought), and the 'Plus' models (with extra cast-iron hotplates) emit more heat so use a little more fuel than the equivalent model with an induction hob.
|kWh||£ @ 14.1p/kWh||kWh||£ @ 14.1p/kWh|
|Everhot 90 Plus||115||£16.22||100||£14.10|
|Everhot 100 Plus||115||£16.22||100||£14.10|
|Everhot 110 Plus||115||£16.22||100||£14.10|