Going green is a great idea for those who like to save money, or those who want to conserve energy. Regardless, this list of the top 10 energy efficient laptops.

1) Lenovo 80SF

  • Power Consumption: average 11.20 kWh per year
  • Carbon Emissions: averages 11.4 lbs of CO2 year
  • Average yearly running costs are $2.12 – $2.69

2) Acer CB3-431

  • Power Consumption: 12.00 kWh per year
  • Carbon Emissions: 12.2 lbs of CO2 year
  • Average yearly costs are around $2.28 a year

3) Asus UX330C

  • Power Consumption: 12.10 kWh per year
  • Carbon Emissions: 12.3 lbs CO2 year
  • Average yearly costs are around $2.26 –
  • $3.37

4) Lenovo 80MG

  • Power Consumption: 13.40 kWh per year
  • Carbon Emissions: 13.65 lbs CO2 year
  • Average yearly costs are around $2.53 – $2.84

5) Lenovo G50-80

  • Power Consumption: 13.90 kWh per year
  • Carbon Emissions: 14.15 lbs CO2 year
  • Average yearly costs are around $2.66 – $2.88

6) Asus UX390U

  • Power Consumption: 14.10 kWh per year
  • Carbon Emissions: 14.35 lbs CO2 year
  • Average yearly costs are around $2.67 – $2.89

7) Lenovo 80TX

  • Power Consumption: 14.30 kWh per year
  • Carbon Emissions: 14.6 lbs CO2 year
  • Average yearly costs are around $2.82 – $2.91

8) Lenovo 80QN

  • Power Consumption: 14.80 kWh per year
  • Carbon Emissions: 15.1 lbs CO2 per year
  • Average yearly costs are around $2.79 – $3.25

9) Asus P2540U

  • Power Consumption: 14.90 kWh/year
  • Carbon Emissions: 15.2 lbs CO2 year
  • Average yearly costs are around $2.89 – $3.27

10) HP 13-ab

  • Power Consumption: 15.00 kWh/year
  • Carbon Emissions: 15.3 lbs CO2 year
  • Average yearly costs are around $2.85 – $4.60

Is there a laptop that we missed that should be on this list? Add it to our comments below.

Author Background: This post was provided by Carter Razink at PopularReviews.net. PopularReviews.net provides reviews and lists of the best consumer electronics. If you are interested in exploring more review lists, you can check them out here.