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Audit Finds Vulnerability of EnergyStar Program

Most people are familiar with the EPA’s EnergyStar rating, which certifies that products save energy. However, a Congressional audit casts doubt on the rating’s reliability. Several bogus products the auditors submitted won the coveted rating. The EPA must tighten controls to restore confidence.

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