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Energy Efficiency: Better Coordination among Fedeal Programs Needed to Allocate Testing Resources
Franklin Rusco (au)
The federal government has established three key programs to encourage energy efficiency in household appliances and consumer electronics sold in the U.S.: (1) federal minimum efficiency standards, led by the Dept. of Energy (DOE); (2) EnergyGuide, which requires product labeling and is led by the Fed. Trade Comm. (FTC); and (3) Energy Star, a voluntary labeling program led by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The objectives for this report are to: (1) examine these three programsäó» approaches to improving the energy efficiency of household appliances and consumer electronics and the scope of products they cover; and (2) determine to what extent, if any, federal programs to foster energy efficiency for these products are fragmented, overlapping, or duplicative. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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