Property:Incentive/CertReqs

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Property Name Incentive/CertReqs
Property Type Text
Description Certification Requirements.


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Appliance Efficiency Regulations (California) +Specified in standards
Appliance Efficiency Standards (Massachusetts) +Manufacturers certify to the MA Department of Energy Resources that specified products meet minimum efficiency standards
Appliance Energy Efficiency Standards (Maryland) +Manufacturers certify to the Maryland Energy Administration that specified products comply with minimum efficiency standards
Appliance and Equipment Efficiency Standards (Arizona) +Manufacturers must certify to the Arizona Department of Commerce Energy Office that products meet efficiency standards. Certification to other states with like standards is permitted as an alternative.
Appliance and Equipment Energy Efficiency Standards (New York) +To be determined
Appliance and Equipment Energy Efficiency Standards (Oregon) +Manufacturers certify to the Oregon State Department of Energy that products meet efficiency standards. The Department establishes rules governing the certification of these products and may coordinate with the certification programs of other states and federal agencies with similar standards.
Appliance and Equipment Energy Efficiency Standards (Washington) +Manufacturers certify to the Department of Commerce that products are in compliance with minimum efficiency requirements. The Department promulgates regulations governing the certification of products and may coordinate with the certification programs of other states and federal agencies.

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Energy Efficiency Product Standards (New Jersey) +Manufacturers certify to the New Jersey Commissioner of Environmental Protection that specified products meet minimum efficiency standards.
Energy Efficiency Standards for Appliances (Connecticut) +Manufacturers certify to the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management that products meet minimum efficiency standards
Energy Efficiency Standards for Appliances (Vermont) +Manufacturers certify to the VT Department of Public Service that products are in compliance with minimum efficiency requirements. The DPS promulgates regulations governing the certification of products and may coordinate with the certification programs of other states and federal agencies.