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Forever Better:  Energy Star® appliances for your home


Energy Star® was created to help consumers easily identify products, homes, and buildings that save energy and money, and help protect the environment. As the government-backed, trusted symbol for energy efficiency, the Energy Star® label identifies highly efficient products and designates superior energy performance in homes and buildings. With Energy Star®, money is not all you are saving; you are also making a difference in protecting the environment. Miele is proud to offer our customers the following appliances with the Energy Star® label:
Energy Star
Dishwashers    Washers    Refrigerators    Freezers    Refrigerator-Freezers        
Dishwashers
By using only as little water as needed, Miele also reduces energy consumption. Every Miele dishwasher made for North America qualifies for the Energy Star® Program—meaning it exceeds government energy standards by over 25%. This means that Miele dishwashers qualify for a variety of rebate programs available throughout the country. Contact your local energy supplier for rebates in your area.

Washing Machines
Additionally, every Miele washing Machine made for North America also qualifies for the Energy Star® Program—meaning they are at least 50% more efficient than minimum federal government standards.


The Energy Star® label on our washing machines also reflects these important benefits:
  • 35-50% less water used per load, plus
  • Better water extraction (meaning less dryer time),
  • resulting in further energy savings.
Refrigerators
From energystar.gov:
  • ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators require about half as much energy as models manufactured before 1993.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators provide energy savings without sacrificing the features you want.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator models use high efficiency compressors, improved insulation, and more precise temperature and defrost mechanisms to improve energy efficiency.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator models use at least 20% less energy than required by current federal standards and 40% less energy than the conventional models sold in 2001.
Freezers
From energystar.gov:
  • ENERGY STAR qualified freezer models use at least 10% less energy than required by current federal standards. Qualified freezer models are available in three configurations:
    —upright freezers with automatic defrost
    —upright freezers with manual defrost
    —chest freezers with manual defrost only
Fridge-Freezers
From energystar.gov:
  • ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators require about half as much energy as models manufactured before 1993.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators provide energy savings without sacrificing the features you want.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator models use high efficiency compressors, improved insulation, and more precise temperature and defrost mechanisms to improve energy efficiency.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerator models use at least 20% less energy than required by current federal standards and 40% less energy than the conventional models sold in 2001.
  • ENERGY STAR qualified freezer models use at least 10% less energy than required by current federal standards. Qualified freezer models are available in three configurations:
    —upright freezers with automatic defrost
    —upright freezers with manual defrost
    —chest freezers with manual defrost only