AHRI Relieved at Deadline Extension for Certifying Commercial Equipment to U.S. DOE
Published Dec 2012
Will Continue to Push for AEDM and Time to Implement
 
December 3, 2012
Arlington, VA -- The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) today expressed relief at the 12-month extension granted by the Department of Energy (DOE) for certification of all covered commercial equipment, with the exception of automatic commercial ice makers, but indicated it will continue to work with DOE to ensure that the agency鈥檚 testing, certification, and reporting requirements do not unduly burden manufacturers.
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