Our Partners

Cement plant workers holding a banner to celebrate their ENERGY STAR certified plant

As a voluntary partnership program, ENERGY STAR works in collaboration with the private sector to advance energy efficiency. Tens of thousands of businesses, organizations, utilities, and state and local governments have partnered with the ENERGY STAR program to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. These organizations volunteer to help EPA identify and address the specific market barriers that prevent progress. In exchange, EPA provides the information and stability that private markets need to thrive.

The environmental impacts are staggering, and a testament to the power of partnership: The avoidance of billions of metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions, billions of dollars of private sector investment, more than half a trillion dollars in cost savings, and millions of high-paying, fast-growing jobs.

See a List of ENERGY STAR Partners

Our online partner directory includes thousands of organizations. Partners come from diverse sectors of the economy, including:

  • Building owners and managers
  • Congregations
  • Energy rating companies
  • Energy services companies
  • Industrial Manufacturers
  • Industry associations
  • Non-profit energy programs
  • Product manufacturers
  • Residential builders and developers
  • Retailers
  • Small businesses
  • Schools
  • State/local governments
  • Utilities

Go to the ENERGY STAR Partner Directory

Join ENERGY STAR as a Partner

ENERGY STAR Partner logo

When you join ENERGY STAR as a partner, you make a public commitment to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions through energy efficiency. You also join thousands of like-minded leaders who understand the importance of improving energy performance.

There’s no cost to partner with EPA or use ENERGY STAR promotional materials. Once you’ve joined, you’ll be listed in the ENERGY STAR online partner directory and have access to ENERGY STAR partnership logos to help you spread the word about your commitment. As you reach milestones and demonstrate results, you may become eligible for various EPA recognition opportunities, including the ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year award.

To join, first select the category that most closely matches your organization:

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Row of ENERGY STAR award crystals
These partners have made outstanding contributions to protecting the environment.
ENERGY STAR Logo detail
Through ENERGY STAR, EPA partners with the private sector to transform how we use energy.

Old ENERGY STAR poster
ENERGY STAR was launched in 1992 as a radical new solution to the climate crisis.