Energy Star scheme ignores its own rules in setting criteria

The Energy Star labelling scheme has come under fire for proposing energy efficiency criteria for computer monitors which flout its own rule that they should be attainable by only a quarter of products on the market. The criticism came as monitors bearing the label were included on a list of "green products" which the Government wants Whitehall Departments to buy.

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