Desktop displays are part of what energy researchers refer to as miscellaneous electrical load (MEL), electricity consumed by objects that are not part of heating or cooling systems, lighting or large appliances.
MELs continue to eat away at energy resources even when they are not actively in use, costing your company money!
On average, a desktop computer alone can consume 250 watts of power. A display can add another 20-40 watts an hour on top of that.
Learn how you can save your company money on energy costs from desktop displays in this free guide.