MET is officially recognized to test and/or certify the following products for ENERGY STAR:
- Desktop Computers and Integrated Desktop Computers
- Notebook Computers
- Portable All-In-One Computers
- Small-scale Servers
- Thin Clients
- Computer Servers
- Luminaires (including sub-components)
- Integral LED Lamps
- CFLs – Compact Fluorescent Lamps
- Set-Top Boxes and Cable Boxes
- Data Center Storage
- Imaging Equipment
- Uninterruptible Power Supplies
- New Refrigerated Beverage Vending Machines
- Rebuilt Refrigerated Beverage Vending Machines
- Large Network Equipment
MET can also perform the ENERGY STAR In Situ Temperature Measurement Test (ISTMT) for lighting products:ANSI/UL 1598 or ANSI/UL 153-05.
- EPA Energy Star Certified Product Directory
- NRCan Certified Product Directory
- NRTL product safety testing and certification
- Data Center Equipment Energy Efficiency testing.
What is Energy Star® Certification?
Energy Star certification is a program run by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that promotes energy-efficient products and practices. The program helps consumers and businesses save money on energy bills while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
To earn Energy Star certification, a product or building must meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the EPA. These guidelines cover a wide range of products, from appliances and electronics to heating and cooling systems and even entire buildings.
What is Energy Star® Testing?
Energy Star testing is a rigorous process that ensures products and buildings meet the program’s energy efficiency standards. The testing process includes both lab testing and field testing to ensure that products and buildings perform as expected in real-world conditions.
To achieve Energy Star certification, products and buildings must undergo Energy Star testing. The testing process is designed to identify areas where energy efficiency can be improved, so products and buildings can be optimized for maximum energy savings.