dGPU on Dual GPU Laptop Wake

(Computer Model: Acer PH-315-53-72XD)
(dGPU: RTX 2060 Mobile)

Hi, as the title says the computer I am trying to patch has been having some issues regarding dGPU and wake. This laptop refuses to keep the dGPU off after wake, and it consumes more than twice the power it did when it was disabled.

The OpenCore ACPI Guide suggests one of 2 methods to disable your dGPU on a laptop; one of them is the Optimus, which essentially is what most laptops use. Then there's the Bumblebee method. More information over at dortania.github.io.

I've tried both of those methods and both work perfectly fine. But according to Intel Power Gadget, power readings are higher when the laptop is woken from sleep.
(Before Sleep: 0.80 Average, 2 Hours and 57 Minutes of Charge Remaining)
(After Sleep: 12-15.3 Average, 42 Minutes of Charge Remaining)
The OpenCore ACPI Guide on disabling dGPU on Dual GPU Laptops links to a thread which is 7 years old documented by RehabMan. This guide is very detailed and goes over many of the steps, but it is complicated and I couldn't comprehend it.
I am aware of SSDT-PTSWAK, but it didn't appear to work in my case, maybe I did it wrong.
Are there any modern solutions to this that are easy for everyone to do? If so, please comment down below and any help would be really appreciated.

(Please read thoroughly, as everything I've tried and done has been documented above to avoid unhelpful replies.)

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