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View Resource Global Implications of Standby Power Use

Separate studies indicate that standby power is responsible for 20?60 W per home in developed countries. Standby power is responsible for about 2% of OECD Countries total electricity consumption a...

http://eetd.lbl.gov/EA/Reports/46019.pdf
View Resource Reducing Leaking Electricity to 1 Watt

In this study we examine some specific opportunities to reduce standby losses in electronic appliances. A review of power consumption levels for the major components responsible for standby functions...

http://eetd.lbl.gov/EA/Reports/42108/
View Resource Results from the investigations on leaking electricity in the USA

Standby electricity use or leaking electricity is the energy consumed by appliances when they are switched off or not performing their principal function. The combination of field measurements and...

http://eetd.lbl.gov/EA/Reports/40909/
View Resource Federal Energy Management Program's Standby Power

Information and a recent list of products with standby power information.

http://www1.eere.energy.gov/femp/technologies/standby_power....
View Resource 1-Watt Compliant Products

Following is a list of the appliances in our database that have standby losses of 1 watt or less. This is not an exhaustive list of 1-watt compliant devices, but only those we have actually measured....

http://standby.lbl.gov/archives/1w-products.html
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