H.R.5710 - Better Use of Refrigerator Regulations Act

To amend the Energy Policy Act of 2005 to establish minimum efficiency standards for self-contained commercial refrigerators and freezers, and to direct the Department of Energy to establish standards for other related products. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To amend the Energy Policy Act of 2005 to establish minimum efficiency standards for self-contained commercial refrigerators and freezers, and to direct the Department of Energy to establish standards for other related products. as introduced.
  • Short: Better Use of Refrigerator Regulations Act as introduced.

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Lynn Westmoreland

R-GA

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Official Summary

Better Use of Refrigerator Regulations Act - Amends the Energy Policy and Conservation Act to establish a total daily energy consumption standard for medium temperature commercial refrigerators manufactured six months after this Act's enactment that: (1) have a self-contained condensin

Official Summary

Better Use of Refrigerator Regulations Act - Amends the Energy Policy and Conservation Act to establish a total daily energy consumption standard for medium temperature commercial refrigerators manufactured six months after this Act's enactment that:
(1) have a self-contained condensing unit, sliding or hinged doors in the back intended for use by sales personnel, and other transparent material in the front for displaying merchandise; and
(2) are no greater than 66 inches high and are intended to serve as a counter for transactions between sales personnel and customers.

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