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Tell the Biden Administration to Get Out of Your Home!
Why is the Biden Administration trying to make everything in your house cost more to run, repair, or replace?
The U.S. Department of Energy’s net-zero energy agenda attempts to regulate household appliances in nearly every room of your home. Bureaucrats have implemented or proposed over 15 bans or regulations that affect appliances like gas stoves, dishwashers, water heaters, and refrigerators.
The Department has already finalized a rule banning gas furnaces starting in 2028. It has finalized regulations on incandescent light bulbs, clothes dryers, air cleaners, and electric motors. Additionally, It has proposed new standards for microwave ovens, water heaters, gas stoves, washing machines, dishwashers, coolers and freezers, refrigerators, air conditioners, dehumidifiers, ceiling fans, pool pump motors, and consumer boilers—all household appliances that consumers use everyday.
The Biden Administration claims that these regulations will save Americans money and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
But these unfounded rules would not only further increase costs, especially for lower and middle class families, but also would invite inefficiencies that often exacerbate environmental impacts. One study found that these regulations would increase costs by over $9,000 for the average family!
Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm’s House of Horrors is a NIGHTMARE: Red tape will make it take longer to repair or build, and more expensive to run. These new standards are unsafe, costly, and will make home life horrible and unlivable.
Thankfully, some legislators are pushing back and so should you. Use this form to send a message directly to the Department of Energy and tell the Biden Administration to take its hands off your home! Feel free to personalize the message and share how these regulations will negatively impact your everyday life.
Want to learn more? Explore the interactive “Secretary Granholm’s House of Horrors” to see how the Department of Energy’s final and proposed regulations could affect appliances in your home. Click on the pink dots by each appliance to learn more and read the rule.
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