The Quantum Zeno Effect concerns the use of repeated measurement of a particle to prevent the time evolution of the wave function, and hence "freeze" it in the observed state.
A Stasis Field is a science fiction device that holds its contents in a timeless state.
Now, the question concerns the energy requirements of using the QZE to create a stasis field by repeated measurements of its contents.
Since we are acquiring information, which we then discard (because its not a reversible process) we must be using a minimum amount of energy to keep (say) one atom from evolving in time. Scale that up to a kilogram of material via Avogadro's Constant and we can calculate the minimum energy requirements.
Assuming room temperature, or thereabouts, anyone care to offer ballpark figures (correct to within a few orders of magnitude) of the power necessary?