Bloomberg BNA reporter Andrea Vittorio reports that your beloved TV may be quietly zapping more energy and cash than you ever realized.
The news hails from a new study by the Natural Resources Defense Council.
In her story, Andrea reports that among the recent 55-inch and larger TV models tested, energy-saving features were disabled whenever users change the default picture setting.
“A few seemingly innocuous clicks on the remote control can as much as double the cost to operate a TV over its 10-year lifetime, costing owners an extra $100 to $200 in energy bills,” the study said.
Check out her story at Binge-Watching TV May Require More Energy Than You Think.
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