Approved industry certification programs

means appliance certification programs that the Executive Director has determined, pursuant to Section 1603(b):

(4)  are operated by an appliance manufacturer trade association or other entity approved by the Executive Director;

(5)  are accredited by ANSI or ISO, or has received from a nationallyrecognized entity an approval that provides substantially similar guarantees of substantive and procedural reliability and accuracy; and

(6)  provides:

(A)  an internetaccessible listing of appropriate energy performance information that is updated at least every 6 months;

(B)  testing of appliances according to applicable test methods and accurate reporting of test results;

(C)  listings that:

(1) include no appliance not meeting an applicable federal standard,

(2) clearly and distinctly indicate which appliances meet the applicable federal standard but do not meet an applicable California standard, which shall be identified, and

(3) where there is no federal standard, clearly and distinctly indicate which appliances do not meet an applicable California standard which shall be identified; and

(D)  verification of manufacturersubmitted data;

(E)  an appropriate procedure for program participants to challenge listed information; and

(F)  compatibility with the database described in Section 1606(c).