Energy Star is the result of efforts by both the Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Energy. These two forces created and signed the 1992 initiative that founded Energy Star. Both had in mind a project to reduce consumer energy usage. They were aware of global warming and concerned about the climate crisis long before the general public was truly aware of the issue.
John S. Hoffman is the individual credited with the idea, working for the U.S. EPA. He also conceived the Green Lights program and the Natural Gas Star program. The Energy Star blossomed from a voluntary initiative intending to show the possible energy profit from more efficient appliances into a group of over 40,000 home appliances labeled with the Energy Star certification.
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