Altogether, this batch of new standards will save consumers and businesses between $15 billion and $35 billion, according to DOE's estimates

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For a detailed breakdown of savings from recent standards, click here.

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DOE estimates that the electricity savings from products sold over a 30-year period will reach about 250 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh), or enough energy to power over 20 million U.S. households for a year.
The new standards, published by DOE in January 2015, will go into effect in January 2018

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