Energy guide label

Energy guide label

An appliance label that provides an estimate of how much energy the appliance uses, compares energy use of similar products, and lists approximate annual operating costs. Required by the U.S. Department of Energy.
References in periodicals archive ?
The SEER/EER rating is listed on the Energy Guide label (below).
Every unit is given an efficiency rating, called a SEER (Seasonal Energy Efficiency Rating), which is listed on the yellow Energy Guide label posted on each unit.
Also look for the Energy Efficiency Ratio (EER) on the yellow Energy Guide label.
The prominent yellow energy guide label on each water heater gives you some idea of its efficiency and average annual cost to operate.
Energy-efficient appliances have Energy Guide labels.
Ellmers (R-NC) and McNerney (D-CA), this section directs the Federal Trade Commission to initiate a rulemaking to develop Energy Guide labels that promote the smart grid capabilities of certain products.
Therefore, companies are manufacturing HVAC systems that meet and exceed guidelines for ENERGY STAR ratings and Energy Guide labels to align themselves with green technology.
Alas, there are no Energy Star or Energy Guide labels for stove ranges and ovens.
Any homebuyer can look at the energy guide labels [on each appliance] and see how much more it costs to use electricity.
Similarly, the FTC is targeting the launch of Energy Guide labels for TVs in the US in the middle of 2011.
Inclusion of smart grid capability on Energy Guide labels for products.