Tell the EPA: Don't Abandon Average Consumers in the ENERGY STAR Program
Help Save Consumers Millions and Protect the Environment!
ENERGY STAR has saved Americans $230 billion on utility bills and prevented over 1.7 billion metric tons of greenhouse gases over two decades by promising an "easy choice" for consumers and a commitment to “delivering overall energy savings that are cost-effective to the consumer.”
Now there’s a proposal in Washington that would break this promise by hiding the fact that the proposed requirements for ENERGY STAR windows, doors, and skylights would not be cost-effective for many consumers.
The result? Middle-income consumers will have to fend for themselves when searching for affordable energy-efficient options; this hurts consumers and the environment.
Tell the EPA to save ENERGY STAR – for consumers and for the environment. Sign the petition to send the EPA a clear message that the ENERGY STAR program should keep its commitment to cost-effective energy savings.
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