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DOE Commercial Refrigeration Standards – Key Questions to Ask Yourself

How do the new DOE 2020 regulations impact my business?

April, 23rd, 2019

 

The commercial refrigeration industry is preparing for a significant shift in regulatory standards as January 1, 2020, approaches. Contractors, wholesalers, OEMs, (original equipment manufacturers), and end-users are concerned about how the new Department of Energy (DOE) standards for commercial refrigeration will affect them. Industry blogs and online forums are echoing the sentiment, “What do I need to do and when do I need to do it?” When it comes down to how DOE impacts YOU, here are some key questions you should be asking.

 

What is my application and what equipment is affected?

 

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