How Much Energy Do We Use While Watching the Super Bowl Broadcast? [Infographic]

View the infographic at Fast Company.

Ever wonder just how much energy is used by televisions (and those watching them) across the U.S. during the Super Bowl? So did GE, which mashed up statistics from Nielsen, the Energy Information Administration, ABS Alaskan, and the U.S. Census to figure out that the energy used to power home televisions watching the Super Bowl (over 158.5 million TVs) could power all the homes in Green Bay, Pittsburgh, and Dallas for 10 hours.

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Laura L. Barnes is a librarian at the Prairie Research Institute Library, embedded at the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center, and writes for Environmental News Bits.
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