How much energy does unplugging things (electronics, blenders, TVs, lamps, etc) save?

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    Unplugging electronic devices when not in use will, on average, decrease the amount of electricity used in your home by 5-10%.  Various electronics and appliances use different amounts of electricity when they’re not on, and the biggest drain usually comes from entertainment devices and accessories, especially set-top boxes.  However, anything that has an internal clock, a continuous display, or a rechargeable battery will continue to draw at least a small amount of energy even when it’s not turned on or in use.

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