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New DOE FER Standards Help Save Energy and Reduce Pollution

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July 13, 2019
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The blog post titled "New DOE FER Standards Help Save Energy and Reduce Pollution" discusses the updated energy efficiency standards set by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for residential HVAC equipment. The blog explains that the DOE's Fan Energy Rating (FER) standards are designed to improve energy efficiency, reduce electricity consumption, and minimize environmental pollution associated with HVAC systems. It highlights the importance of energy-efficient HVAC equipment in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and combating climate change. The blog outlines the key changes introduced by the DOE's FER standards, including higher efficiency requirements for furnace fans and motor technologies. It also discusses the benefits of complying with these standards, such as lower energy bills for homeowners, reduced environmental impact, and improved overall system performance. The blog concludes by emphasizing the role of HVAC manufacturers, contractors, and homeowners in adopting and promoting energy-efficient solutions to create a more sustainable future.


DOE FER standards, energy efficiency, pollution reduction, residential HVAC equipment, U.S. Department of Energy, Fan Energy Rating, electricity consumption, environmental pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, climate change, energy-efficient HVAC, furnace fans, motor technologies, energy bills, environmental impact, system performance, HVAC manufacturers, contractors, homeowners, sustainability.

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New DOE FER Standards Help Save Energy and Reduce Pollution
July 13, 2019
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