Game consoles made in 2010 consume about 50 percent less energy than their 2006 counterparts, a study from the Natural Resources Defense Council finds.
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To determine whether man-made charcoal, or biochar, can significantly cut carbon levels in the atmosphere, large-scale systems need to be tested, according to an NRDC analysis.
The Natural Resources Defense Council says HD DVRs and HD set-top boxes together use more energy every year than a recent-model refrigerator. The problem? There's no real on/off switch or low-power mode.
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NRDC claims that gamers are wasting $1 billion of energy by leaving their consoles on, but CNET finds the assumptions of the study a little unbelievable.
DVRs and set-top boxes consume, and waste, a lot of energy. Boosting energy efficiency requires changes in how electronics are designed and what consumers demand from service providers.
The Nintendo Wii tops the list as most energy-efficient game console in a study which recommends console industry adopt easy-to-use power-management features.