Efficiency Improvements in U.S. Office Equipment: Expected Policy Impacts and Uncertainties

Efficiency Improvements in U.S. Office Equipment: Expected Policy Impacts and Uncertainties

TitleEfficiency Improvements in U.S. Office Equipment: Expected Policy Impacts and Uncertainties
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication1995
AuthorsJonathan G Koomey, Mike Cramer, Mary Ann Piette, Joseph H Eto
Date Published12/1995
InstitutionLBNL
Abstract

This report describes a detailed end-use forecast of office equipment energy use for the US commercial sector. We explore the likely impacts of the US Environmental Protection Agency's ENERGY STAR office equipment program and the potential impacts of advanced technologies. The ENERGY STAR program encourages manufacturers to voluntarily incorporate power saving features into personal computers, monitors, printers, copiers, and fax machines in exchange for allowing manufacturers to use the EPA ENERGY STAR logo in their advertising campaigns. The Advanced technology case assumes that the most energy efficient current technologies are implemented regardless of cost.

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LBNL Report Number

LBNL-37383