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Items Tagged with 'energy efficiency'
Refrigerators seem to be one of the least complicated appliances, found in nearly every home. You plug them in, and they keep food and drinks cold.
As the home appliance industry continues to evolve, it is becoming increasingly cognizant of the need for manufacturing practices that are both socially responsible and environmentally-friendly.
HVAC is known to be a major consumer of energy and along with lighting is responsible for approximately 40% of the total annual global energy consumption.
Now, more than a decade into the 21st century, power still reigns supreme but in a sleeker, slimmer and more energy efficient profile.
There are many benefits when reducing horse power.
Don’t miss your chance to comment as the FTC looks to change the yellow label. As reported in February, the Federal Trade Commission is seeking public comment onproposed changes to its Appliance Labeling Rule, which requires energy efficiency labels for major household appliances and other consumer products.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)has handed out its ENERGY STAR awards for 2012, giving several appliance manufacturers boasting rights for their hard work in the areas of water and energy efficiency.