Household appliances accused of breaching energy efficiency standards

BusinessGreen staff
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Europe-wide study reveals 18 out of 100 products tested failed to comply with energy use and labeling laws

From LED light bulbs to dishwashers, a host of common household appliances are failing to deliver promised levels of energy and carbon saving. That is the conclusion of a major new study carried out...

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