How do you rate your TV for efficiency?
Energy rating labels must be displayed by law on all new televisions. They provide you with information on how much energy a model uses and make it easy for you to compare the energy efficiency of all the screens on the market. You can compare televisions of the same screen size at a glance: the more stars on the top of the label, the more energy efficient the television is. When comparing televisions of differing sizes, you should refer to the energy consumption figure on the label. This tells you the annual energy consumption (kWh per year) of the television, calculated on an assumed use of ten hours per day, over a year. The lower the figure, the less energy the television uses to run.