The article goes on to detail why an organization like Enervee is needed to fill a void in energy-efficient buying.
Mainstream media is taking note of Enervee and the extreme benefits that it provides to families and individuals on the hunt for quality, cost-efficient products. This past week, our friends at Yahoo! Shopping reported on the need for a service or organization to provide information beyond the Energy Star sticker — and the solution was Enervee!
In the article Can you trust the Energy Star sticker?, Yahoo! Shopping journalist Victor Paul Alvarez challenges our ability to trust the Energy Star label saying, “However, simply choosing a product with an Energy Star sticker is like buying processed foods advertised as “heart healthy” or “low fat.” Those claims may be true, but they’re not always accurate.”
The article goes on to detail why an organization like Enervee is needed to fill a void in energy-efficient buying. With only stagnant, and sometimes outdated information being available from Energy Star, the Enervee integrated platform meets the true needs of consumers looking to purchase the most cost-efficient and energy-efficient product that also meets their individual needs. We’re excited to see that Yahoo! Shopping chose to highlight Enervee as the solution to this widespread lock of knowledge and information. The writer goes on to say, “Enervee’s goal is to showcase energy efficient products and provide real-time analysis of not only the best prices available for said product, but also how much you’re going to spend to operate it over its lifetime. Daily aggregating crunches numbers to showcase the best offers from sites such as Amazon and eBay, as well as traditional retailers.”
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