Energy Star is the name of a labeling program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy that identifies energy efficient products.
Qualified products exceed minimum federal standards for energy consumption by a certain amount, or where no federal standards exist, have certain energy saving features. Such products may display the Energy Star label.
Energy Star specifications can be found on many different types of products including computers, appliances, home electronic s and heating and cooling systems. Additional information on the Energy Star program and certified products can be found on the following government pages:
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