EnergyGuide

EnergyGuide

Label from the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) that lists the expected energy consumption of an appliance, heating system, or cooling system and compares consumption with other products in that category. The energy performance is based on specified operating conditions and average energy costs; actual performance may vary.
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The water heater had an EnergyGuide sticker estimating its annual energy consumption of 270 therms/year.
Additionally, the changes affect the FTC EnergyGuide label (yellow "hang tag") attached to the heating and cooling system which contains SEER and HSPF ratings for the unit.
In North America, there's the EnergyGuide label, which shows the annual energy consumption and operating cost for each appliance for comparison.
The label would be similar to the familiar EnergyGuide labels that disclose the annual operating costs and relative efficiency of specific appliance models.
With this new policy direction, DOE will support efforts to make FFC energy and GHG emissions available to the public by providing data in appliance "EnergyGuide" labels under the labeling program administered by the Federal Trade Commission.
"Test results are printed on yellow EnergyGuide label, which manufacturers are required to display on many appliances.
Look for Energy Star [R] label or an EnergyGuide label when purchasing appliances and electronics
In cars, you can look for an EPA miles/gallon rating; with major household appliances, you look for the EnergyGuide label for additional information.
Bearing the ENERGY STAR logo, the familiar yellow and black EnergyGuide labels are found on most energy-using products subjects to minimum standards set by the federal government.
After first zeroing in on EnergyStar models, be sure to check out the accompanying yellow EnergyGuide sticker, which gets down to the nitty-gritty and estimates how much energy the appliance uses, compares its energy use to similar products and lists approximate annual operating costs.
You'll find ideas on how landscaping can help curb energy costs, as well as a list of air conditioners with the Energy Star and EnergyGuide labels.