Thanks to extremely low power consuming semiconductor ICs, power efficient AC/DC adapters, low power consuming LCD panels and backlight display using LED lighting. All this resulting into your electronics gadgets at home consuming lesser and lesser power compared to a few years back.
U.S.-based consumer Electronics Association CEA has reported the consumer electronics devices in homes accounted for just 12 percent of residential electricity in 2013, a nine percent drop since 2010. It is not only direct save in power, telecommuting and some e-commerce activities is also reported to be lowering US energy use and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
CEA website GreenerGadgets.org helps US consumers to reduce their electricity consumption via a tool to calculate approximate home energy usage and tips to help reduce their energy costs.