As a developer fully aware of rising energy costs, Marcus Hiles wholeheartedly endorses renters’ and buyers’ insistence on having the latest ENERGY STAR rated appliances in their homes. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR voluntary labeling and certification program has become an increasingly significant influence in purchasing decisions since its 1992 launch. Each year, program partners and consumers buy 320 million energy efficient products that save over $31 billion on utility bills. “Compared to appliances just ten years old, with ENERGY STAR you can save almost half on your energy bill,” Hiles points out.

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