Includes eligibility criteria and partner commitments, which are required in order for your product to earn the ENERGY STAR label.
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Historical List: On October 1, 2011, the ENERGY STAR commercial hot food holding cabinet specification changed. View the last list of commercial hot food holding cabinets that were qualified prior to the specification change.
Applying for the ENERGY STAR
To ensure consumer confidence in the ENERGY STAR label and to protect the investment of ENERGY STAR partners, The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires all ENERGY STAR products to be third-party certified.
To certify your product to the current ENERGY STAR specification, contact an EPA-recognized Certification Body (CB). A list of EPA-recognized CB, as well as an overview of the ENERGY STAR third-party certification program, including requirements for Verification Testing, can be found here.