Do Energy Star appliances actually save you money? By admin | March 8, 2023 | 29 Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinRedditDiggitStumbleuponTumblrEmailDo Energy Star appliances actually save you money? Noelle Gardner reports for the News 8 Investigators. Share this...FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedinRedditDiggitStumbleuponTumblrEmail Posted in Appliances
I’m here because this logo sticker do have on my laptop
I’m so shocked that the govt would BS us!!!
Next they’ll tell us the ice caps are melting and the polar bears are going to drown, so we’ll have to pay more taxes to Al Gore and save the world. LOL
we are complete idiots… our power suppliers have raised and manipulated tier rates for ever. that is the true issue.
at least we are beginning to wake to all of these gorvernment/corporate propaganda bs
Vanessa could have started saving money buy having two children instead of four. People always seem to have money when they want something for their selves. Four children?
My electric bill has consistently been 10 dollars lower since switching to energy-efficient washer and dryers. However, my prior machines were 20 year old energy hogs.
its a scam a money grab
It’s just a government ploy to get people to throw their old crap out and spend money on new appliances. that way they can collect taxes on it. like the cash for clunkers programs.
Absolutely NOT. I’ve bought enough appliances now to know this is a line of crap. Aside from the fact they don’t work anywhere near as well as the appliances we had, they don’t save you money on your utilities in the long run. The utility companies just give you less and charged you more per unit. They also need more expensive maintenance and have a much shorter life span.
and what do you do with your old fridge ? it will not make sense . not even saving energy .
Okay then what should I believe? Any suggestion or solution. So what do you recommend?
Not to mention the added repair cost More efficient = less reliable
Then its feud
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So grateful it exists in 2020."
man, this video saved me from buying them.
Holy shit! Nothing says shady news story like a Dom leather jacket…. How did that get past a stylist?
It’s monthly cost not yearly.
this is why trump exist?
The Energy Star rating never came across my mind when shopping for a fridge in the past month. Bought a Whirlpool WRS555SIHW and it didn’t have the rating. Not disappointed one bit. I want a big fridge that keeps things cold and looks good doing it. Don’t be energy conscious when it comes to appliances. Be conscious of how good the appliance is for you and the fam. The only efficient fridge is a fridge that’s never opened if you think about it!
Yeah, even as a youngin, I was have a feeling it could be a cheat… but as solar, wind and battery tech are becoming more advanced and close to make homes self-sufficent, I don’t think we need to worry much about it in the future but still we must conserve our energy.
i knew this was a scam the real reason is that want you to buy new things when old appliances are just fine and you can get them fixed don’t waste your money
That’s right! There is no savings. Energy star = energy waisted. Absolutely crap. New washers dont wash either. Air conditioners aren’t cold enough as the vintage ones, everything is cheap and fake these days, and made in china…
someone should just start a class action law-suit, then they’ll see what will really "cost more" to change
Save money by keeping ur old appliances until they puke
Thanks. Watched this before buying a new air conditioner. You guys saved me some money.
New appliances tend to be more efficient regardless of the energy star rating. I just replaced a 17 year old refrigerator. The new one is smaller with no ice maker, because I don’t use ice. The new appliance by the same maker feels flimsy, but it will be interesting to see if it runs cheaper. My old one was still working, so I was able to wait for a good sale. I am also getting a rebate for recycling.
Thanks for saving me huge money. I was about to spend hundreds more just for that extra star thinking it will save me money.