Missouri Manufacturer Earns Energy Star Award

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently awarded True Manufacturing of O'Fallon, Missouri, with a 2018 Energy Star Award for excellence in product design.

A leading manufacturer of commercial refrigeration equipment, True Manufacturing was recognized for its innovation in the commercial refrigeration market by developing high-efficiency equipment using sustainable materials.

The EPA and DOE will honor 163 Energy Star partners in 2018, including utilities, schools, Fortune 500 companies, hospitals, retailers, manufacturers, home builders, and commercial building owners and operators for their contributions to public health and the environment. These enterprises are named Energy Star Partners of the Year for demonstrating national leadership in cost-saving, energy-efficient solutions.

"The 2018 Energy Star Partners of the Year have demonstrated real leadership, showing how American families and businesses can save energy, save money and reduce air emissions," said Bill Wehrum, EPA assistant administrator for air and radiation.

True Manufacturing earned the Energy Star Emerging Technology Award for innovative refrigerant systems for 42 commercial refrigeration models, offering customers between 50-2,400 kilowatt hours in annual savings. The company also developed product lines that make use of hydrocarbon refrigerants and accelerated the market shift to more climate-friendly refrigerant options across the country.

Since 1992, Energy Star and its partners have helped save American families and businesses more than $450 billion and more than 3.5 trillion kilowatt-hours of electricity while also achieving broad emissions reductions – all through voluntary action.

For more information, visit www.energystar.gov.

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