CNET says unplug these items to save on your energy bill
Did you know that some of your regular household items and appliances use energy even when you are not actively using them?
So what uses energy when not in use?
Unplugging appliances seems counterintuitive. They're off, so why would they waste energy According to Energy.gov, even when your appliances are turned off, they still use energy. When the device is switched off or in standby mode, some of the worst offenders are:
A device that may still use energy in the form of permanently on lights or other displays showing the device is off
Computers that were simply put into sleep mode
Chargers that still draw power even if the device is not connected
Media players that continually draw power, especially ones that still might scan for updates in the background
Phones with displays that show when not in active use, like cordless phones
New smart home appliances like refrigerators, washers and dryers that have always-on displays, internet connectivity and electronic controls
Why can't this be automated?
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