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Appliance Efficiency Standards

Appliance Efficiency Standards Appliance Standards Image.jpg Appliance and equipment efficiency standards are one of the most impactful energy-saving policies to date. These regulations keep energy-inefficient, low-quality products out of marketplaces to ensure minimum energy and water efficiency levels are reached by all products. These standards continue to stand the test of time as a corner-stone of energy efficiency policy, stimulating the economy with the addition of 340,000 jobs and, over the next 20 years, will avoid the release of 470 million metric tons of CO2. The legacy of appliance efficiency standards spans back four decades to the emergence of a national imperative for energy conservation and security. The National Appliance Energy Conservation Act of 1987 (NAECA) established the regulatory framework that set minimum energy efficiency requirements for common, household appliances. Today, these standards, under the purview of NAECA, are still tightening and evolving to every last watt from our beloved equipment, lighting fixtures, and appliances. Appliance efficiency standards are the neighborhood watchdogs, keeping archaic energy hogs out of our homes and offices and making room for ingenuity in product design and performance. The performance floors that appliance efficiency standards raise assure that we shed wasteful technologies from the shelves of our stores and the sockets of our homes. These standards “lock-in” gains from ratepayer-funded efficie

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