Check TV energy ratings

 

The EU Energy Label lets you instantly see and compare the energy efficiency of TVs before you decide which one to buy.

How to understand the EU Energy Label

Energy Labels are alphabetical ratings that range from 'A' (most efficient) to 'G' (least efficient). According to EU directives, from the end of 2011 all TVs for sale in store and online must display an Energy Label.

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What’s the future of TV energy labelling?

At Sony, we're committed to continuously developing and manufacturing products that are more energy efficient year-on-year than their previous models. In fact, the vast majority of our TVs have an Energy Label rating of either A or B and there are no lower ratings than C.

Our aim is to improve the energy efficiency of all of our products. As more and more TVs become A rated, it will be harder to distinguish products which are more energy efficient. For this reason, EU energy labelling will change over time to include new A+, A++ and A+++ ratings. Here’s how energy labelling will evolve in the future.

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