11-9 Coalition for Energy Efficient Electric Tankless Water Heaters Launches New Website :: The Construction Management Pro

11-9 Coalition for Energy Efficient Electric Tankless Water Heaters Launches New Website

WASHINGTON — Nov. 1, 2010 — The Coalition for Energy Efficient Electric Tankless Water Heaters (CEEETWH) announces the launch of their new website at http://www.ceeetwh.org. The Coalition is comprised of leading companies in the water heating industry devoted to increasing energy efficiency within the industry and public education. The website is a critical component in educating consumers, policymakers, the U.S. government and non-government agencies on the energy efficient technology and the energy and water savings opportunities that electric tankless water heaters can provide.

“This new website is a powerful tool in our journey to become Energy Star certified,” said Kevin Ruppelt, coalition chairman. “We want to continue spreading our message that electric tankless water heaters rank among the most energy efficient water heaters on the market by delivering a constant supply of hot water, eliminating wasted water, and saving money for consumers.”

The website will continue to grow, providing several avenues for consumers to stay apprised of the coalition’s progress. It currently features the latest news and press releases, background material on coalition members and officers, their mission and goals, and detailed information about electric tankless water heaters.

About The Coalition

The Coalition for Energy Efficient Electric Tankless Water Heaters (CEEETWH) was formed by industry-leading companies, including: American Heat, American Hometec, Bosch, EcoSmart, Eemax, Hubbell, Keltech, and Skye International. Its leadership team consists of Kevin Ruppelt, Coalition Chairman and President and CEO of Eemax, Inc., and Salo Zelermyer, coalition director. The coalition is represented by Bracewell & Guiliani, a firm widely known in the energy industry and efficiency issues. The Coalition is on a mission to achieve Energy Star Certification by educating consumers, policymakers, U.S. government and non-government agencies on the energy efficient technology and savings opportunities that electric tankless water heaters can provide.

About Energy Star

In 1992 the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) introduced Energy Star as a voluntary labeling program designed to identify and promote energy-efficient products to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Energy Star provides a trustworthy label on over 60 product categories (and thousands of models) for the home and office. Energy Star has successfully delivered energy and cost savings across the country, saving businesses, organizations, and consumers about $19 billion in 2008 alone.

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