According to Defra, an LCD TV uses about 96.9 watts of electricity when on.
The average household watches 2,006 of TV a year which would cost around £36.92* in electricity.
By switching your TV off when you’re not watching it, you could save around £0.27 in electricity bills over a year.
How much electricity does a TV use in a day?
How much electricity does my television use? Most TV’s use about 80 to 400 watts, depending on the size and technology. Using a sample cost of 15¢ per kilowatt-hour and five hours of viewing a day, that’s $1.83 to $9.13/mo.
How much does it cost to run a TV per hour UK?
They then multiplied this by an average electricity price of 14.5 pence per kWh.
HOW MUCH DO YOUR GADGETS COST TO RUN?
|Appliance||Average consumption (kWh/year)||Average running cost (£/year)|
|TV (LCD – flat screen)||199||29.00|
|TV (Plasma – flat screen)||658||95.00|
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How many watts does a TV use UK?
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|32 Inch LED TV||20W||60W|
|46 Inch LED TV||60W||70W|
|49 Inch LED TV||85W||85W|
|60W light bulb (Incandescent)||60W||60W|
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How much electricity does a 55 inch TV use?
But a 55” LED TV uses about 57 watts or 2x the amount of electricity as a 32” TV (though still very little electricity). All this is to say, even with the bigger models, the average LED or LCD TV probably uses between 30 and 100 watts of electricity.