Achieving certification under the Energy Star program means the Cree could ultimately cost consumers even less than $10.
LG Electronics begins sales of the Energy Star certified 55EA9800 which, at nearly $15,000, will take you a long time to make the cost back on in energy efficiency.
Consumers often must weigh expected energy savings against the up-front incremental costs of more efficient equipment.
The U.S. Energy Information Administration reports on how adoption of the Energy Star standard varies greatly among different types of appliances.
Xeros’ “virtually waterless” washing machine uses 90 percent less water than a conventional machine…you’ll never guess how!
Eco labels are supposed to make it easier to reduce your impact. But new research shows this plan may be backfiring.
There will soon be a new television efficiency rating system on the block. Will it make Energy Star obsolete?