twice connect

Feds Tighten Energy Star Certification

4/19/2010 12:01:00 AM Eastern

WASHINGTON — The U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) and
the Department of Energy (DOE) have
finalized changes to the Energy Star
program that address irregularities in
the product-certification process. As
previously reported in TWICE, manufacturers
must now submit complete
lab reports and results for review and
approval by EPA prior to labeling their
products as Energy Star-qualified.

EPA has also ended its automated
approval process, and will begin individual
reviews and approvals for all
new applications.

Ultra HD OLED TVs In IFA Spotlight

At IFA, all Ultra HD makers are quickly expanding

Jack Wayman, the Father Of International CES

Tributes continue to pour in for Jack Wayman, who

Nationwide PrimeTime 2014

Scenes from Nationwide PrimeTime buy fair held in

ProSource Meeting Filled With Optimism

San Antonio — Optimism reigned at ProSource’s

Ingram Draws 500 To Spring Vendor Expo

Scottsdale, Ariz. — Ingram Micro Consumer