Did you know that appliances that have earned the ENERGY STAR can save you $70 a year in energy costs, while protecting the environment? Here’s some great information on how your appliances play an important role in solving the energy puzzle.
Did you know ENERGY STAR qualified clothes washers use about 37% less energy and use over 50% less water than regular washers. Many qualified clothes washers also have a greater capacity than conventional models, meaning fewer loads of laundry.
The average American family washes almost 400 loads of laundry each year. It’s a good thing families can cut their related energy costs by about a third – and the water costs by more than half – just by purchasing a clothes washer with the ENERGY STAR label.
Did you know ENERGY STAR qualified models are, on average, 10% more energy efficient than non-qualified models. ENERGY STAR qualified dishwashers use advanced technology to get your dishes clean while using less water and energy.
Improvements in insulation and compressors mean today’s freezers consume much less energy than older models. Select an ENERGY STAR qualified freezer for maximum energy savings and the latest features.
Did you know ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators are 20% more energy efficient than the minimum federal standard.
Thanks to recent improvements in insulation and compressors, today’s refrigerators use much less energy than older models. With an ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator, you can maximize your energy and dollar savings without sacrificing the features you want.
Did you know Water coolers in homes and businesses consume about 5 billion kWh/year. ENERGY STAR qualified water coolers use about half of the energy of standard models.
A standard hot and cold water cooler can use more energy than a large refrigerator. In fact,