11 May '11, 3pm

DOE Beefs Up Energy Star, Other Efficiency Enforcement

Samsung and Electrolux Gibson are among the companies that have failed Energy Star testing in the past year, as the DOE has beefed up its verification. Another company, Air-Con International, agreed to pay $10,000 after the DOE found that over 1,900 air conditioners sold by the company had failed to meet minimum federal standards for energy efficiency.

Full article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2011/05/11/doe-beefs-u...

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