EPEAT Registered Products

Televisions are distinguished from large digital displays by the presence of a receiver; however, this dividing line is growing less distinct as technology evolves. 

Average: 5 (2 votes)



Consumer, Industrial

Cost Savings

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Environmental & Health Information

EPEAT addresses the following product objectives (read more):

  • Reduction/elimination of environmentally sensitive materials
  • Materials selection
  • Design for end of life
  • Product longevity/life cycle extension
  • Energy conservation
  • End of life management
  • Corporate performance
  • Packaging

Info on this product category: Televisions & Large Digital Displays

Criteria for Televisions & Large Digital Displays

Criteria for Required products:

Elected officials, employees, consultants, and vendors working on behalf of the City are required to comply with the Committee on Information Technology (COIT) Green Technology Purchasing Policy: sfcoit.org/GreenPolicy.  It states:

All televisions or large displays purchased or leased by City departments are required to achieve at the time of purchase at least one of the following: Registration in the EPEAT system – OR – qualified under the current version of Energy Star® Program Requirements for Televisions – OR - qualified under the current version of Energy Star® Program Requirements for Displays. 

Last updated

Last updated: 
February 12, 2019

Guide for City Staff

  • Buy equipment through the Technology Marketplace contract. Unlike other citywide contracts, it is a collection of prequalified vendors - not a list of products.
  • Vendors on the Technology Marketplace contract maintain listings of electronic products that meet the City's requirements, and also offer other services such as packaging takeback.

Citywide Contract

Special Purchasing Instructions

See discounted prices in the most recent Technology Marketplace Checklist, then User Guide.  


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Average: 5 (1 vote)

They saved the limited energy sources we have at HOJ and the lights did not go out as often.

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Dell Desktop

Average: 5 (1 vote)

They work great and saved energy, we had less times when the circuits shorted and the lights went out at HOJ.

March 31, 2014

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Average: 5 (1 vote)

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March 31, 2014

IBM Laptops

Average: 5 (1 vote)

Are great, they use less electricity and really saved us from having the lights go out all the time at HOJ.

March 31, 2014