Portable Electric Spa and Battery Charger Systems Appliance Efficiency Rulemaking
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The project is a proposal for statewide regulations to update the levels of efficiency required for portable electric spas, which are not covered by federal appliance efficiency standards. The required new efficiency standards apply to newly manufactured products and are attainable through normal and existing manufacturing processes. The proposed regulations include modifications to existing appliance marking requirements for battery charger systems, so that they only apply to state-regulated battery chargers instead of applying to both state- and federally regulated battery chargers.
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