Couch potatoes saving the world with more efficient TVs

TVs are among the fastest growing sources of energy use within buildings as screen sizes grow year after year and newer, more power-hungry technologies vie for our viewing pleasure. Presently, TVs account for in excess of 4% of buildings' energy footprints, but their total energy usage is growing at...

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