7.1 : National Legislation




7.1.7 Energy Policy Act of 1992, Appliance and Equipment Efficiency Standards
--DOE is to: (1) detail energy conservation and labeling requirements for specified commercial and industrial equipment (including
lamps and plumbing products); and (2) delineate standards for heating and air-conditioning equipment, electric motors, high intensity
discharge lamps, and distribution transformers.
--DOE is to provide financial and technical assistance to support a voluntary national testing and information program for widely
used commercial office equipment and luminaries with potential for significant energy savings.
--Requires DOE to report to the Congress on: (1) the potential for the development and commercialization of appliances which are
substantially more efficient than required by Federal or State law; and (2) the energy savings and environmental benefits of early
appliance replacement programs.
Source(s): U.S. Government, Energy Policy Act of 1992 Conference Report, Oct. 1992.









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U.S. Government, Energy Policy Act of 1992 Conference Report, Oct. 1992