ENERGY STAR was launched by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 1992 as a voluntary program but it’s now co-managed by the US Department of Energy (DOE) and EPA.

This program has become a symbol for energy efficiency in the country, helping individuals and businesses save money as well as protect the environment through improved energy utilization strategies.  Most Americans now recognize the ENERGY STAR symbol, and haven been a beneficiary of the $450 billion in savings the program has generated.

Learn more about some fascinating things the US Federal ENERGY STAR Program has accomplished for the economy and the environment here:

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