How Much Electricity Does a TV Use on Standby?


The electricity usage of a television on standby is 0.9 kWh. One can unplug the television completely for zero electricity usage.
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The amount of electricity that a television use on standby is at least 3 watts per hour. Therefore, if it is on standby for 8 hours, the amount of electricity that will be consumed is 24 watts.
Depending on how much you pay for electricity, it means that if both TVs are left on standby then it would cost about £15-20 a year
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