Today we revealed a first look at Savenia Energy Rating Labels in Arabic, Chinese and Spanish which, together with our popular English labels, cover over 1/3 of the world population. See the press release here.
We developed these labels not only with foreign languages, but local currencies and energy costs based on zip codes in Cairo, Shanghai, and Barcelona in addition to our hometown of Bethesda, Maryland.
Most countries still use first generation energy rating labeling systems that don’t allow for customization according to location. And global retailers looking to drive their sustainability labeling around the world have had few options. Until now.
Savenia provides a unique and powerful solution for informing and educating buyers so they make better purchase decisions that reduce energy costs and energy demand.
And we think that makes sense in any language.
Let us know what you think. And make sure you check out our English labels in participating stores in the DC / Baltimore metro area here.