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Re: New Calif. Standard Nixes Energy-Guzzling Flat-Screen TVs
Posted by Samantha Young on 2009-11-19 18:24:31
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California regulators have adopted the nation's first energy-efficiency standards for televisions, a move that will eventually ban power-hungry sets from the state's store shelves. Wednesday's action by the California Energy Commission could lead the way in a general reform of standards for an industry increasingly focused on wide-view, flat-screen, high-definition sets. The 5-0 vote by the California Energy Commission is just the latest effort by the state to secure its place in the forefront of the environmental movement.





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Re: New Calif. Standard Nixes Energy-Guzzling Flat-Screen TVs  Samantha Young  2009-11-19 18:24:31
Why all energy efficiency regulations are wrong  peterdublin  2009-11-19 18:39:58
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