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Department of Energy: Consumer
Information at EnergySavers.gov
This site links you to a broad range of important energy efficiency
information about your home.
Department of Energy: EnergyGuide
Labels Home Page
EnergyGuide labels show the estimated yearly electricity consumption
to operate the product along with a scale for comparison among
Department of Energy: Major
Appliance Shopping Guide
This easy-to-read guide may help you understand how appliances
are rated for efficiency, what the ratings mean, and what
to look for while shopping for new appliances.
Environmental Protection Agency/Dept. of
STAR® Home Page
ENERGY STAR®-labeled products use less energy than other
products, save you money on utility bills, and help protect
EnerGuide Program from Natural Resources Canada (NRCan)
Information on energy labeling and appliance data in Canada.
California Energy Commission: Appliance
Database source files containing all appliances certified
to the California Energy Commission.
and Refrigeration Institute (ARI)
The Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute is the national
trade association representing manufacturers of more than
90 percent of U.S. produced central air-conditioning and commercial
to Save Energy
The Alliance to Save Energy is a nonprofit coalition of prominent
business, government, environmental, and consumer leaders
who promote the efficient and clean use of energy worldwide
to benefit the environment, the economy, and national security.
Council For an Energy Efficient Economy (ACEEE)
The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)
is a nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing energy
efficiency as a means of promoting both economic prosperity
and environmental protection.
Gas Association (AGA)
The American Gas Association (AGA) represents 189 local natural
gas utilities that deliver gas to 54 million homes and businesses
in all 50 states. Additionally, AGA provides services to member
natural gas pipelines, marketers, gatherers, international
gas companies and a variety of industry associates. AGA acts
as a clearinghouse for gas energy information, as a catalyst
in technical and energy policy matters, and as a powerful
voice for its members.
of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM)
The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers is a source
of information about home appliances and the industry organization
that represents the manufacturers of home appliances.
Appliance Manufacturers Association (GAMA)
The Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association represents manufacturers
of appliances, components and products used in connection
with space heating, water heating and commercial food service.
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