Electric Cooking

Faster, easier and more efficient

The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that cooking accounts for 4.5 percent of your energy bill. Electric cooking can reduce that bill, while helping you cook food faster and better.

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Introduction to Induction Cooktops

Cooking with an induction cooktop

Induction elements transfer electromagnetic energy directly to the pot, with no burners — and no wasted energy. Induction cooktops let you control and maintain cooking temperatures easily and precisely, in no time at all. Plus, induction elements use 30 percent less energy than electric coils and far less than gas burners.

Visit SWEPCO.com/Recipes for induction cooktop recipes.