ENERGYGUIDE: What Is It?
1980, manufacturers of certain appliances have been required
to attach EnergyGuide labels to their appliances to give consumers
important information about the energy use of the appliance.
The labels must be secured to the outside or hung on the inside
of the appliance. They are designed to help shoppers choose
appliances that use less gas or electricity, cost less to
operate and help protect the environment.
Trade Commissions Appliance Labeling Rule requires EnergyGuide
labels on refrigerators, freezers, dishwashers, clothes washers,
room air conditioners, water heaters, furnaces, boilers, central
air conditioners, heat pumps and pool heaters.
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