Top Ranked Energy Efficient Televisions. Shop from 155 models.

TopTen USA analyzes all ENERGY STAR qualified televisions to find the top ten energy-savers among the hundreds of available models. Each television is compared to every other model the same size to find the energy efficiency winners. Using the controls you can narrow down the ranking to find the right tv for you. The TrueCost of the model, which includes the energy you will use, is shown for 5 years. Click for personal settings Close personal settings

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  • Samsung
  • LG
  • Vizio
  • Sharp
  • Toshiba
  • Haier
  • Westinghouse
  • Sony
  • Sansui
  • Seiki Digital
  • Magnavox
  • Naxa Electronics
  • Philips
  • RCA
  • Proscan
  • Sceptre
  • JVC
  • Panasonic
  • Insignia
  • TCL
  • Hitachi
  • Element
  • Apex
  • iSymphony
  • Honeywell
  • ViewSonic
  • Venturer
  • Contex Holding
  • Curtis
  • Sanyo
  • 1080.0 p
  • 720.0 p
  • 2160p (4K)
155 Televisions
Model/Popularity
Screen Size
Energy Score
Energy Cost
Purchase Price
TrueCost

What is TrueCost?

How much you will really pay for a product based on its lifetime energy cost and lowest purchase price.
Energy Cost + Purchase Price = TrueCost

65
inches (diagonal)
101 +
over 5 years
1,963 =
2,064
55
inches (diagonal)
42 +
over 5 years
940
55
inches (diagonal)
42 +
over 5 years
900 =
942
46
inches (diagonal)
Large
36 +
over 5 years
499 =
535
42
inches (diagonal)
Medium
32 +
over 5 years
425 =
457
50
inches (diagonal)
Large
42 +
over 5 years
900 =
942
54
inches (diagonal)
48 +
over 5 years
1,047
59
inches (diagonal)
55 +
over 5 years
1,299 =
1,354
49
inches (diagonal)
42 +
over 5 years
800 =
842
60
inches (diagonal)
58 +
over 5 years
1,398 =
1,456