Equipment Labeling

(Blog Post - 1/31/2014)
Most of us involved in energy efficiency have realized at one time or another that there are greater opportunities to save energy through system optimization than through improvements to the efficiency of an individual device. A good way to...
(Press Release - 6/27/2013)
Washington, D.C.—A new analysis of devices and equipment commonly found in U.S. homes and businesses concludes that these products, with more than 2 billion in use, consume more energy each year than many large countries use to power their entire...
(Press Release - 12/8/2010)
14 Awards Presented to Those Who Advance Energy Efficiency Washington, D.C. — The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) presented special 30th Anniversary awards last night to individuals and organizations who have made...
(Blog Post - 8/9/2010)
On a personal note, I learned about an additional benefit of investing in a super-efficient refrigerator.  About two months ago my wife and I finally bought a new refrigerator—the new Whirlpool model that is the most efficient on the market. We have...
(Blog Post - 1/1/2009)
The energy bill provides tax credits for heavy-duty hybrid vehicles in the period January 1, 2006 through December 31, 2009. The credit amount depends on the weight class of the vehicle, its fuel economy relative to a comparable conventional vehicle...
(Document - 8/1/2002)
Summarizes the findings of a two-year evaluation of the EnergyGuide label. Results of field research including focus groups, interviews, surveys, and a shopping experiment are presented. Recommended label designs, including a stars-based...
(Document - 1/1/1995)
This report reviews how electricity is used to drive motor systems in manufacturing. Technical areas for elimination of motor system waste and improvement of energy efficiency are identified. The potential for motor-system, energy-efficiency...