Standards in the News


National Geographic writes that chances are good that hidden energy hogs in your home are burning more power and money than your refrigerator—sometimes much more.


Consumer Federation of America notes: Energy costs drain $4,600 from household budgets annually; standards could save nearly $1000.


Listen to the story by Scott Horsley of National Public Radio.


Ambreen Ali of Roll Call discusses how ceiling fan makers have done an about face with regards to efficiency measures.


John Broder of the New York Times writes about delayed efficiency standards and the possibility of a change if nominee is approved.