Energy Star ratings are given to consumer products, materials, and even homes to denote energy efficiency. The ratings are given by the Environmental Protection Agency to products that meet government-approved standards for low and efficient use of energy. In order to determine if a product or brand should be given the Energy Star rating, the EPA uses six guidelines:
-The product must provide savings on a nationwide level-The product must provide features useful to customers while remaining energy efficient-If the product costs more than competing products, the energy savings must make up for the higher price-The product cannot be patented by one company but be available for production by other technologies or manufacturers-The energy efficiency of the product must be tested-The product must be labled in a way that consumers can identify
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