ENERGY STAR products on average use significantly less energy than conventional products. These energy savings translate in to real savings for your organization. Review these select case studies on how organizations purchased ENERGY STAR qualified products to save large amounts of money without sacrificing performance.
Review how the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (475KB) employed best practices to ensure that state agencies purchase ENERGY STAR qualified products.
See how states have specified ENERGY STAR (92KB) through executive order, law and policy.
The United States Air Force (307KB) will save $15 million annually by purchasing ENERGY STAR computers.
The University of Maine (77KB) stated a preference for ENERGY STAR qualified water cooler models in the request for bids to save $3,000 annually.
Rosen Hotels (77KB) specified ENERGY STAR qualified bathroom fans to save $36,000 annually.
Jefferson Houston Elementary School (48KB) replaced an old roof with an ENERGY STAR qualified roof to save $31,000 annually.
Colesville Towers (1.2MB) apartment community replaced its regular commercial clothes washers with new ENERGY STAR qualified washers to save $3,000 annually.
By replacing their conventional vending machines with ENERGY STAR qualified models, Davis School District (77KB) saved $30,000 annually. Two colleges, University of Michigan (62KB) and SUNY-Buffalo (59KB) each saved $20,000 annually.
By using ENERGY STAR qualified kitchen equipment, Austin Public Schools (885KB) saved over $3,000 annually.