I have been working from home since the lockdown. My desktop computer was always set to never go to sleep, because I often needed to connect remotely (e.g. chrome remote desktop). Somehow I failed to realize that this is no longer necessary if I am working exclusively from home! Last week I finally allowed to to go to sleep during non-use and my “always on” dropped 36%!
According to my HS300, the PC was using 60+W in “standby” (Ryzen1700), quite significant.
(My “always on” is still relatively high (8x 4k camera security system, cable box, router, photoframe, switches, etc.) but my solar has been always overproducing and I have a huge credit balance at the utility so it does not make a real difference.)