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This brochure provides an at-a-glance overview of the ENERGY STAR program for commercial buildings and industrial plants. Download or order free copies to distribute to corporate management, employees, tenants, and the public.
Use This Guide To:
- Learn how to find and seal hidden attic and basement air leaks
- Determine if your attic insulation is adequate, and learn how to add more
- Make sure your improvements are done safely
- Reduce energy bills and help protect the environment
Use this guide to help you learn how best to maintain your heating and cooling equipment; take steps around your home to improve the efficiency of your HVAC system; and decide when it’s time to replace your old heating and cooling equipment with more energy-efficient equipment that has earned EPA's ENERGY STAR.
Use this poster to promote energy efficiency in your workplace by printing or displaying it in your office or distributing it to your coworkers. The poster contains a few easy tips you can use to save energy at work. This poster is a part of EPA's ENERGY STAR Bring Your Green to Work campaign, which offers tools and interactive resources that can help you and your coworkers plan to reduce energy use in the office.
This double-sided tip card lists a few easy steps to save energy wherever you are, from changing the power settings on your computer to creating a Green Team in your office. You can print and display this card in your office or share it with your co-workers. This tip card is a part of EPA's ENERGY STAR Bring Your Green to Work campaign, which offers tools and interactive resources that can help you and your coworkers reduce energy use in the office.
The goal of this report is to provide information and a greater appreciation for the:
- Art and science of branding
- Core principles of the ENERGY STAR brand
- Evolution of the ENERGY STAR brand
- Future opportunities and challenges
- Ways to ensure future success
The ENERGY STAR's Earth Day poster promotes the use of ENERGY STAR products and homes that help protect the environment for future generations.
In this booklet on the 20th anniversary of the EPA’s ENERGY STAR program, ENERGY STAR honors a remarkable partnership between American businesses and the federal government that is transforming how America uses energy.
Since the first ENERGY STAR certified building in 1999, ENERGY STAR has worked to bring thousands of organizations in the commercial building marketplace to the forefront of energy efficiency and climate stewardship. This report gives an overview of the first decade of the program from 1999-2009, includes many photos of interesting buildings, and provides brief case studies of notable ENERGY STAR certified properties.