Energy Star products

Energy Star products

Rated products meet the energy efficiency guidelines specified by the EPA (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) and the DOE (U.S. Department of Energy). Energy Star products range from computers and office equipment to refrigerators and air conditioners.
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* Messaging ENERGY STAR products, tips, and promotions on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Next Door and Twitter.
is a leader in manufacturing highly energy-efficient products, educating millions of consumers and their own workforce about the benefits their ENERGY STAR products, and contributing invaluable technical insights to ENERGY STAR specification development efforts that enable the program to deliver more savings to consumers.
There are a few exceptions, however; for example, Missouri offers a tax holiday for Energy Star products, and until recently Louisiana had a "Second Amendment" tax holiday.
Energy management strategies by food-service providers and supermarkets are resulting in the purchase of energy star products. Hence, manufacturers are also focusing on introducing new technologies in commercial refrigeration equipment to minimize the energy consumed by the equipment.
Energy Star-need for greater legal certainty for this program so that manufacturers feel less risk in developing Energy Star products.
While some homeowners are going gung ho for solar panels and ENERGY STAR products, others are taking the sustainable lifestyle to a whole new level by living off the grid.
Ann Bailey, director of ENERGY STAR Products at EPA, said, 'We applaud LG for being the first to offer a heat pump dryer for sale in North America.
ENERGY STAR products are tested for their consistency, performance, and energy efficiency.
On the industry side, they share costs with manufacturers to promote ENERGY STAR products, including point-of-purchase displays and media campaigns.
Governments in both countries offer tax credits and other incentives to encourage the use of Energy Star products. For instance, approximately three hundred million dollars from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will be used for state rebate programs on energy-efficient products.
In addition, the federal government and various states offer tax credits and other incentives to encourage the use of energy-efficient products including Energy Star products. Specifically, approximately $300 million from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will be used for state rebate programs on energy-efficient products.
While it is true that many Energy Star products cost more initially than the standard items, the value of the energy saved over the life of the product must exceed the extra initial cost of the Energy Star product.