Manufacturers can increase sales and customer loyalty by promoting the energy-saving and environmental benefits associated with ENERGY STAR.
Starting January 1, 2011, new products that meet ENERGY STAR specifications must be certified by an EPA-recognized Certification Body (CB) before the product can be labeled with the ENERGY STAR mark. Upon certification of a product, the CB will notify the partner that the product meets the ENERGY STAR requirements and will submit the qualified product data to EPA for listing on the ENERGY STAR website. For additional information on third-party certification requirements, including a list of EPA-recognized CBs by product category, visit www.energystar.gov/3rdpartycert.
Once your product is certified by an EPA-recognized Certification Body, use the ENERGY STAR logo, consistent with the ENERGY STAR Brand Book, on products and promotional materials, and our Web Tools to differentiate your energy-efficient products. The Program Requirements for many product categories include a requirement that the product display the logo.
Most ENERGY STAR manufacturing partners are required to report annually their qualified product unit shipment data. EPA collects unit shipment data to determine the market penetration of ENERGY STAR products and evaluate the overall performance of the program.
Use ENERGY STAR training resources to enhance sales rep effectiveness.
Develop an ENERGY STAR strategy that integrates ENERGY STAR into your corporate strategy.
Now that you’ve developed your ENERGY STAR program, apply for Partner of the Year.
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