How to Use the EnergyGuide Label


Energy Guidance: Appliance Shopping With the EnergyGuide Label

If you’ve shopped for appliances, you’ve seen the bright yellow EnergyGuide label. Recently revised so it’s easier to use, the label tells you how much energy an appliance uses.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, wants you to know that the EnergyGuide label can help you compare the energy use of different models as you shop for an appliance. The more energy efficient an appliance is, the less it costs to run, and the lower your utility bills. Using less energy is good for the environment, too; it can reduce air pollution and help conserve natural resources.

So, where do you begin? Start by getting to know the EnergyGuide label — the sample below explains how to use the label as you shop

For More Information FTC Facts for Consumers

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