New energy standards on external power supplies boost efficiency by one-third

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The standards are projected to save consumers $300 million a year in electricity costs.

April 01, 2016

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New federal energy efficiency standards for power supplies of electronics such as smartphones, laptop computers, and electric toothbrushes that plug in to wall outlets will be up to one-third more efficient than current standards.

The standards are projected to save consumers $300 million a year in electricity costs and prevent 47 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions over 30 years.

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