Energy-efficiency rating

Energy-efficiency rating

Also referred to as energy-efficiency ratio, it is the operating efficiency of a room air conditioner, measured in Btu of cooling output divided by the power consumption in watt-hours; the higher the rating, the greater the efficiency.
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Further, with these new Oscar inverter ACs, we hope to provide affordable inverter technology ACs in Qatar that meet the county's strict energy-efficiency rating norms," said C V Rappai, director and CEO, Jumbo Electronics.
HOUSEHOLD appliances in Bahrain will soon come with an energy-efficiency rating to help consumers make informed choices and reduce power consumption.
RESNET is the recognized national standards-makingbody for building energy-efficiency rating and certification systems in the U.S.
Before installing your solar panels, it's worth discovering if your home has an energy-efficiency rating of D or higher.
It has a "C" energy-efficiency rating and measures (H) 52cm x (W) 48cm x (D)31cm.
Occupiers who are seeking to buy or lease a building have full access to the building's energy-efficiency rating, but are they taking any notice?
"In addition, the design and construction of the new station will be environmentally-friendly, achieving an energy-efficiency rating of between very good and excellent."
A CCORDING to the first-ever report of its kind from Halifax, almost half of properties in England and Wales are being awarded an "average", or Band D, energy-efficiency rating.
ENERGY RESOURCE-5 December 2008-Toshiba First Winner of GreenTech Energy-Efficiency Rating from PC Magazine(C)2008 JeraOne - http://www.jeraone.com
A UK-wide survey commissioned by the Energy Saving Trust - the UK's leading organisation set up to help people fight climate change - reveals that more than 70 per cent of West Midland householders said they would try and drive down the price if the home they were aiming to buy or rent had a poor energy-efficiency rating.
Units 10 years old or older have a seasonal energy-efficiency rating (S.E.E.R.) of only 6 to 8.
Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory developed specifications for an improved heat-pump air-conditioning (IHPAC) system that provides a seasonal energy-efficiency rating (SEER) of 13.
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