Energy Star is an international standard for energy efficient products. Energy Star ratings were first created in the United States as a government program to identify products that have a certain degree of energy efficiency. In the 1990’s the Energy Star program was adopted in Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan and throughout the European Union. Lighting Products with the Energy Star logo affixed to the packaging generally use 20%–30% less energy than required by federal standards.
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