Savenia Labs Founder John Jabara, is featured on ABC2News with Jamie Costello, to explain how his company’s energy ratings for appliances can save you money, and reduce your carbon footprint.
Savenia Labs is revolutionizing the way consumers shop for the most popular appliances. The Bethesda, Md.-based Company is unveiling its Savenia Labs Energy Ratings, which for the first time allows Baltimore shoppers to compare the lifetime energy costs of running coffee makers, toaster ovens and more. It’s like MPG (Miles Per Gallon) for your appliances: the ratings give consumers the information they need to save cash and energy when shopping for appliances.
“We are delighted to introduce Savenia Labs Energy Ratings to residents of Baltimore, where people from strong local neighborhoods live, work and play around one of the country’s largest harbors and numerous historic monuments,” said John Jabara, founder, Savenia Labs. “Residents can now shop for more energy efficient products at locally owned stores and save money on energy costs, while reducing pollution due to electricity production.”
Watch the entire video here to learn more about how you can save money with the ratings at A Few Cool Hardware stores in your community