NEMA criticizes Massachusetts energy-efficiency bill

Association claims bill may cause barriers to interstate commerce

NEMA recently condemned the passage of H.4299, the Massachusetts bill that imposes mandatory energy-efficiency standards on a range of electrical products. According to the association, the bill leaves out important energy players, such as manufacturers and consumers.

NEMA is in favor of national energy-efficiency standards included in the Energy Policy Act of 2005.

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