Energy Star Program

En′ergy Star` Pro`gram


n.
a program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency encouraging the manufacture of electric and electronic appliances and devices, as refrigerators or personal computers, that can reduce their energy consumption.
[1990–95]
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Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) highest honor, for demonstrating exemplary commitment and dedication to leadership in energy efficiency and the ENERGY STAR program.
The public seems to associate the ENERGY STAR program only with its blue emblems on consumer appliances and computers.
companies, including some of the nation's largest manufacturers, are urging Congress to preserve the 25-year-old Energy Star program to promote efficiency in home and business products.
Cemex is a corporate partner of the Energy Star program and is an active proponent of the importance of energy efficiency.
Cemex is a corporate Energy Star program partner and active proponent of energy efficiency measures across integrated cement, aggregate and concrete operations.
Whirlpool threatens to pull out from the Energy Star program and FedEx is under fire for transporting illegal pharmaceuticals.
Department of Energy's Energy Star program. Samsung LM561B completed 6000 hours of LM-80 testing, and among the test results, TM-21 data demonstrated an L70 of 93,000 hours under a 150-mA driving current at an operating temperature of 85[degrees]C.
Manufacturers, vendors and resellers enter the Energy Star program by registering as a Program Participant.
Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Energy Star program to address light quality, specifically color rendering, in its new lamp specification.
Wells' commitment to energy efficiency has earned the company national recognition by the Environmental Protection Agency's ENERGY STAR program.
The ENERGY STAR program was created by the US Department of Energy and US Environmental Protection Agency in 1992 to assist consumers in finding energy efficient products.