Electricity costs calculated at average electricity tariff of 27 cents per kilowatt-hour.
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Annual Running Cost
32 inch Televisions
Most people watch around five hours of television every day, and if it’s a large screen TV then that usually means a larger electricity bill as well. So if you’re looking at buying a 32 inch television, it pays to look for one that is cost-effective to run. How do you do that? By using our tables to compare the price and annual running costs of a range of 32 inch TVs. At Save Energy Save Money we’ve worked out the energy consumption of all the major brands of televisions so that you can make an informed choice about which is the right one for you.
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Save Energy Save Money is Australia’s only independent product price and energy consumption comparison website. We’re committed to providing consumers with the means to make informed buying choices. We do this by comparing the retail price and annual running cost of a range of household appliances, from fridges and washers to kitchen and electrical appliances. How much energy an appliance consumes has a big impact on its total cost, and the cheapest to buy may not necessarily be the cheapest to run. When you factor in the annual running costs over the lifetime of an appliance you get the real cost, and Save Energy Save Money helps you do just that.
Get the Right Television at the Right Price
All the popular brands of 32 inch TVs are listed here, so check the annual running costs and then click on the Compare Prices button to find the television you want at the price you want to pay. It could save you up to $58 a year on your energy bills, thanks to Save Energy Save Money, the website with huge savings and simple solutions every day.
Electricity costs calculated at average electricity tariff of 27c/kwh
LPG Gas costs calculated at average of 4.41 cents per megajoule.
Natural Gas costs calculated at average gas tariff of 3 cents per megajoule.
Standby: Where figures are available and/or applicable, the "In-Use" hours are deducted from the overall standby period.
Slow Cookers, Bread Makers & Food Dehydrators are based on 1 cooking Cycle per week, 52 weeks in the year. All other cooking appliances are based on 1 hour usage per week, 52 weeks in the year
6 hours usage per day, 365 Days a year
Energy Saving bulb based on CFL/LED wattage, depending on manufactures specifications
Non Energy Saving bulb based on Incandescent or Halogen wattage, depending on manufactures specifications
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