In 2010, the parent company of LG Electronics, LG Corp., announced its global “Green 2020” goals and strategic roadmap with a vision to reduce LG’s environmental impact while continuing to enhance the quality of life for our customers through innovative, eco-friendly products. Based on this, LG Electronics has set goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from production, product use and across the value chain, and is committed to promoting a low-carbon culture through a wide range of efforts and best practices Low Carbon Management.
In the United States, LG Electronics is implementing a number of activities to support our global corporate commitment to proactively respond to climate change. LG Electronics has committed to a 50 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions for our U.S.-based operations by 2020, compared to 2008. Our base-year emissions have been third-party verified, according to XXX standard.
ENERGY STAR is a widely recognized and trusted label on products that helps prevent climate change by meeting strict energy-efficiency requirements set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). ENERGY STAR Products are third-party certified and subject to ongoing verification.
LG Electronics offers more than 800 ENERGY STAR qualified models in a range of product categories including clothes washers, dishwashers, refrigerators, TVs, computer monitors, room air conditioners and LED lighting.
More than 100 LG products across multiple categories -- from televisions and computer monitors to refrigerators and washing machines to air conditioners -- have earned the 2014 ENERGY STAR Most Efficient designation. The Most Efficient recognition criteria recognizes the best of the best in energy efficiency in their categories, among those that have earned the ENERGY STAR label, demonstrating exceptional and cutting-edge efficiency performance.
Choosing LG ENERGY STAR qualified products can cut household utility bills while reducing impacts on the environment. Click here to learn about some of LG’s energy saving products and technology.
Click here to find answers to some of your FAQs related to purchasing energy efficient products.