September at-a-glance…energy

DOE is considering revising enforcement regulations for certain commercial foodservice equipment covered under the Energy Policy and Conservation Act (EPCA). […]


ENERGY STAR® updates

Register now for ENERGY STAR’s next commercial foodservice webinar, Oct. 7, 1 – 2 p.m. Eastern.Applications for ENERGY STAR superior […]


Attorneys General threated suit over stalled DOE standards reviews

Attorneys General from 15 states, the District of Columbia and the City of New York have notified U.S. Department of […]


DOE incorporates NAFEM feedback re: comparative analysis

In a recently released final rule that outlines the process for determining whether a new or proposed energy-efficiency standard is […]


ENERGY STAR® Launches Commercial Foodservice Webinar Series

EPA is launching a monthly, commercial foodservice webinar series covering a range of topics and strategies to leverage involvement in […]


Oregon proposes energy efficiency standards for appliances

Oregon’s Department of Energy (ODOE) held a public hearing July 23 on proposed energy efficiency standards for 10 appliance categories, […]


DOE extends comment period for test procedures for pre-rinse spray valves

The DOE has extended the comment period for whether it should amend test procedures for commercial pre-rinse spray valves. DOE […]


Working Group formed to consider potential tax credit advocacy initiative

NAFEM is exploring advocating for new tax credits on the sale of commercial foodservice equipment, like those that have proven […]


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 […]


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 […]