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Commercial Lighting Qualifying Product Lists

Date Published: September 1, 2022     Document Type: Qualifying Product List (QPL)
Sectors: Commercial, Commercial & Industrial, Lighting - Commercial

The CEE Commercial Lighting Initiative seeks to enhance energy savings by improving the ability of the marketplace to deliver more energy efficient products and practices. Subsequent to the 2015 Initiative revision, CEE now promotes common definitions for energy efficiency in T8 replacement lamps in the form of a CEE performance specification. To support the Initiative, CEE maintains a list of qualifying products that meet the requirements of this specification. 

If you believe there is a product which meets our specifications but is not on our lists, please fill out the submission form to submit a product for review and, if it meets our specifications, listing.

If you have questions regarding the lists or specifications, please review the FAQ or contact CEE.

This CEE Commercial Lighting Systems Initiative can be found here.

The T8 Replacement Lamp Performance Specification can be found here. 

Background & History: CEE launched an initiative for high performance commercial lighting systems in November of 2004, and updated it in 2007 to include reduced wattage T8 systems. This Initiative was updated in 2015 and the specification revised to include only T8 replacement lamps. Enhancments to this Initiative were approved in 2018 including revising the specification to introduce distinct performance tiers for fluorescent T8s and Tubular LED Replacement lamps (TLEDs) in recognition of continued growth and evolution of TLEDs and the structure of member programs. The 2018 Specification also introduces a maximum wattage requirement for T8s, reflecting the diminishing cost-effectiveness and program support for 32W T8s. For more information please see the CEE T8 Replacement Lamp Specification. Qualifying product lists on this page posted before March 2015 are archived lists of lamps and ballasts and reference the previous specifications. 

Commercial Kitchens Ice Machines Qualifying Product List

Date Published: June 22, 2022     Document Type: Qualifying Product List (QPL)
Sectors: Commercial, Commercial & Industrial, Ice Machines, Kitchens - Commercial

In support of the Commercial Kitchens Initiative, CEE produces quarterly Qualifying Product Lists to support program administrators in identifying models that perform at or above the levels defined by the CEE High Efficiency Specifications for Commercial Ice Machines. For information on the data sources used to compile this list, please reference the Welcome tab in the most recent file. You can find the most recent Qualifying Product List posted on this page in reverse chronological order – newest at the top.

The Commercial Kitchens Initiative provides an overview of the Initiative, background on foodservice energy consumption and the foodservice industry, initiative goals, strategies and major activities, initiative participation requirements, and efficiency specifications for commercial kitchen equipment.

Note on 2018 Federal Minimums

New US federal minimum energy conservation standards (federal minimums) for automatic commercial ice makers took effect January 28, 2018 and are equivalent to current CEE Tier 1 requirements. In the case of self-contained, commercial ice machines, the new federal minimum standards are more stringent than CEE Tier 2 requirements. On January 28, 2018, updated requirements for ENERGY STAR® Automatic Commercial Ice Machines also took effect. CEE is in the process of considering opportunities to revise the CEE Commercial Kitchens Initiative and the CEE Commercial Ice Machine Specification to ensure continued market relevance and role of the Initiative. Revised CEE tiers are currently being investigated for equipment types and performance levels not directly addressed by DOE or EPA, such as advanced performance tiers, water-cooled equipment (closed loop system or a system with a remote evaporative condenser), and connected equipment. A draft revision to the CEE Commercial Ice Machine Specification with a Tier 1 and advanced tier along with consideration of connected requirements is expected in 2021.

Commercial Kitchen Steam Cookers Qualifying Product List

Date Published: June 22, 2022     Document Type: Qualifying Product List (QPL)
Sectors: Commercial, Commercial & Industrial, Kitchens - Commercial, Steamers

In support of the Commercial Kitchens Initiative, CEE produces quarterly Qualifying Product Lists to support program administrators in identifying models that perform at or above the levels defined by the CEE High Efficiency Specifications for Commercial Steam Cookers. For information on the data sources used to compile this list, please reference the Welcome tab in the most recent file. You can find the most recent Qualifying Product List posted on this page in reverse chronological order – newest at the top.

The Commercial Kitchens Initiative provides an overview of the Initiative, background on foodservice energy consumption and the foodservice industry, initiative goals, strategies and major activities, initiative participation requirements, and efficiency specifications for commercial kitchen equipment.

Commercial Kitchens Convection Ovens Qualifying Products List

Date Published: June 22, 2022     Document Type: Qualifying Product List (QPL)
Sectors: Commercial, Commercial & Industrial, Kitchens - Commercial, Ovens

In support of the Commercial Kitchens Initiative, CEE produces quarterly Qualifying Product Lists to support program administrators in identifying models that perform at or above the levels defined by the CEE High Efficiency Specifications for Commercial Convection Ovens. For information on the data sources used to compile this list, please reference the Welcome tab in the most recent file. You can find the most recent Qualifying Product List posted on this page in reverse chronological order – newest at the top.

The Commercial Kitchens Initiative provides an overview of the Initiative, background on foodservice energy consumption and the foodservice industry, initiative goals, strategies and major activities, initiative participation requirements, and efficiency specifications for commercial kitchen equipment.