First page of the ENERGY STAR Action Workbook Summary.

This two-page document summarizes the ENERGY STAR Action Workbook for Small Business and is useful for people who want a high-level overview of the seven-step ENERGY STAR approach to saving energy in your small business. For businesses interested in implementing this approach, we recommend downloading the full ENERGY STAR Action Workbook for Small Business.

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First page of the ENERGY STAR Action Workbook Appendices.

This 87-page document of appendices supplements the ENERGY STAR Action Workbook for Small Business. While the main workbook gives broad guidance about how to implement an energy management program in your small business, these appendices take a deeper dive into topics such as energy audits, working with contractors, and improvements. It also includes sections on specific business types, such as restaurants, auto dealers, lodging, offices, grocery stores, manufacturers, and home-based businesses.

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First page of the ENERGY STAR Action Workbook for Small Business.

The ENERGY STAR Action Workbook for Small Business is intended to serve as a resource and planning guide for owners, operators, and employees of small businesses. This 36-page guidebook provides step-by-step guidance on ways to increase energy efficiency in facilities by implementing realistic and cost-effective energy improvement projects.

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This two-page fact sheet gives a big-picture overview of how to save energy in restaurants, additional resources to consider, and two real-world success stories.

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This two-page technical sheet outlines the advantages of using LED exit signs, potential savings, features, and how to identify what type of exit sign you currently have in your building.

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Putting Energy into Profits is a 39-page guide that contains a wealth of useful energy efficiency information for small business owners, including:

The purpose of this 33-page guide is to help automobile dealers and their managers learn about opportunities to save energy and reduce utility costs. Saving energy also reduces emissions of greenhouse gases that may contribute to climate change. This guide is intended to highlight energy savings opportunities for dealerships to implement or discuss with energy related service and product providers. It is not a substitute for the participation of architects, designers, construction firms, facility managers, and other experts in the design process.

Use this resource to help your restaurant save energy and water and boost your bottom line while helping to protect the environment. The guide discusses appliances, lighting, heating and cooling, and waste management for your business, and provides tips and easy steps to help you get started.

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Use this tool to search for organizations that have joined EPA's ENERGY STAR Small Business Network to help improve the energy efficiency of their facilities. You can search by state or by facility type.

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