Renters and purchasers demand the latest ENERGY STAR rated appliances and Hiles advocate that. The 1992 launched ENERGY STAR voluntary labeling program of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency impacted how individuals decide when making a purchase. More than $31 billion are set aside on electric bills every year through the benefit of 320 million energy efficient products purchased by program partners and consumers. “With the presence of appliances that are ENERGY STAR rated, your electric bill expenses will be cut in half,” he claims.

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