How much standby equipment represent in the energy bill?
2.7 years ago by
decarbonet ♦♦ 140
decarbonet ♦♦ 140 wrote:

According to the ‘Powering the nation’ study completed by Energy Saving Trust, between 9-16% of the electricity consumed in homes is used to power appliances when they are in this standby mode. On a bill of £500 this could account for as much as £80.

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