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Are mini-fridges labeled as ENERGY STAR? Follow

Yes, compact or mini-fridges, defined as less than 7.75 cubic feet in volume and 36 inches or less in height, have to use at least 20% less energy than the minimum federal standard to qualify for ENERGY STAR.

Compact units have different criteria than standard-sized units. All standard-sized refrigerators, defined as 7.75 cubic feet or greater in volume, must be at least 15% above the minimum federal standard to qualify for ENERGY STAR. All standard-sized freezers, also 7.75 cubic feet or greater in volume, must be at least 10% above the minimum federal standard to qualify for ENERGY STAR.
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