Organizations of all sizes have many costs.
In addition to large expenses like employee salaries and healthcare, there is still rent, technology, and utilities. Companies are prepared for these costs. They expect the hefty prices associated with heating, cooling, and lighting systems and they take precautions to guard against excessive energy expenditure. However, they may not be guarding against hidden costs that come from unexpected places.
Desktop displays are part of what energy researchers refer to as miscellaneous electrical load (MEL), electricity consumed by objects that are not part of heating or cooling systems, lighting or large appliances. While MEL typically refers to energy consumption in the home, it also largely affects commercial businesses as well. A contributing factor to MEL, is that many of the items that make up this type of power consumption are never really turned off, so they continue to eat away at energy resources even when they are not actively in use.
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