Is ENERGY STAR a brand?

Is ENERGY STAR a brand?

ENERGY STAR and the ENERGY STAR mark are registered trademarks owned by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 2. ENERGY STAR products are third-party certified by an EPA-recognized Certification Body.

What are the benefits of ENERGY STAR?

Save money — and more. Installing ENERGY STAR certified windows, doors, and skylights lowers energy bills and saves you money. With more efficient windows, you also use less energy, which reduces greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and homes.

Who created ENERGY STAR?

ENERGY STAR was once an unfamiliar program in the United States. However, it is now the international standard for energy efficient consumer products. It was launched in 1992 by the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Where is the ENERGY STAR logo?

The Energy Star label is found on more than 75 different certified product categories, homes, commercial buildings, and industrial plants. In the United States, the Energy Star label is also shown on the Energy Guide appliance label of qualifying products.

Can I use the ENERGY STAR logo?

The Promotional Mark is used in educational and promotional materials intended to inform others about the benefits of the ENERGY STAR program. It may be used on materials that promote the benefits of energy efficiency with ENERGY STAR but do not identify a particular product, home, or building as ENERGY STAR certified.

Where did ENERGY STAR start?

Energy Star

The Energy Star service mark can be found on certified energy-efficient products, homes, commercial buildings, and industrial plants.
Founded March 15, 1992
Founder John S. Hoffman. U.S. EPA
Area served Canada Japan Taiwan Switzerland United States
Parent United States Department of Energy

How many energy stars are there?

Six star and ten star versions of the Energy Rating Label for televisions. The Energy Rating Label shows the energy performance of particular appliances and equipment.

What is the disadvantage of ENERGY STAR rating appliance?

There really is only one con to investing in Energy Star appliances, and that is the higher upfront costs. There’s no doubt that Energy Star rated products cost more initially than your average appliance and many people don’t want to or are unable to make such a purchase.


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