Energy

DOE Process Rule in effect, challenges underway

DOE’s Process Rule remains in effect as challenge lawsuits from the Natural Resources Defense Council, more than a dozen states […]


06.25.2020

DOE seeks to ensure availability of critical materials

DOE’s Critical Materials Institute (CMI) intends to fund up to $4 million in six awards to help assure supply chains […]


06.25.2020

DOE seeks feedback on test procedures for pre-rinse spray valves

DOE published a Federal Register notice requesting information on whether to amend test procedures for commercial pre-rinse spray valves. DOE is […]


06.25.2020

ENERGY STAR® updates

NAFEM has received analysis that supports tax credits for the sale of ENERGY STAR commercial foodservice equipment, like those that […]


06.25.2020

CEE developing joint U.S./Canadian automatic commercial ice maker and pre-rinse spray valve specs

The Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEESM) is seeking feedback from commercial foodservice and supplies industry partners on proposed revisions to […]


06.25.2020

ENERGY STAR® updates

ENERGY STAR congratulates NAFEM members Hoshizaki America Inc., ITW Food Equipment Group, and Welbilt, Inc., all of which received Partner […]


05.28.2020

DOE leverages supercomputing resources to strengthen manufacturing

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy is providing $3 million to spur the […]


05.28.2020

States, environmentalists challenge Process Rule amendments

Two petitions were filed in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals challenging DOE’s Process Rule amendments, one on behalf of […]


04.30.2020

DOE requests input on regulatory agenda

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) published a Federal Register notice seeking information about how best to prioritize rulemakings for the […]


04.30.2020

ENERGY STAR® updates

ENERGY STAR Commercial Dishwashers Version 3.0 Limited Topic Proposal proposes the introduction of a wash-energy metric, amendments to the current […]


04.30.2020