Set-top energy standards are adopted by NCTA, TV providers

12/23/2013 | Multichannel News (subscription required)

The National Cable & Telecommunications Association and major pay-TV operators, including Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Charter Communications, have joined up with the Consumer Electronics Association and energy-conservation groups to adopt voluntary energy-efficiency goals for set-top boxes. Among the standards are energy-use monitoring by pay-TV operators. By 2017, the new standards are estimated to improve efficiency by 10% to 45% and save more than $1 billion a year in energy costs.

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