Browse through our digital catalog of ENERGY STAR posters, brochures, children’s activity books, fact sheets, reports, and more. All items are available for high-resolution download.
Find current ENERGY STAR activity by state, including the number of homebuilders, manufacturers, certified buildings and plants, and utility customers.
Browse through historical reports on ENERGY STAR and other voluntary EPA programs.
Learn the rules that govern the use of the ENERGY STAR name, logos, and graphic identifiers.
Research and Reports from the Commercial and Industrial Sectors
DataTrends is a series of original research and analysis on energy use in commercial buildings. Hundreds of thousands of buildings use Portfolio Manager to track their energy use. DataTrends compiles this aggregate data to help inform and advance the industry.
Industrial Insights is a series of original research and analysis on energy use and emissions in certain industrial sectors.
Browse through historical summaries of the ENERGY STAR commercial and industrial program, including trends in energy/water benchmarking and ENERGY STAR certification for buildings and plants. The archive contains Snapshots from 2008 to 2015.
Research and Reports from the Residential Sector
This interactive map and accompanying tables provide state-level market share information for ENERGY STAR certified homes, comparing the number of site-built, single-family ENERGY STAR certified homes built to the number of new, privately-owned, one unit homes built in each state and the District of Columbia according to the U.S. Census.
This report, by the Alliance to Save Energy, Business Council for Sustainable Energy, and the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, describes the impacts of energy efficiency investments, policies, and innovation across a variety of sectors including utilities, buildings, industry, and transportation.
This report, sponsored by the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE), focuses on the extent to which consumers recognize the ENERGY STAR label, understand its intended messages, and use the label to guide their buying decisions.
This report, by the Energy Futures Initiative and the National Association of State Energy Officials, analyzes employer data to determine how many Americans are employed within the traditional energy and energy efficiency sectors—including jobs related to ENERGY STAR.
This report from E2 includes a 7-page national summary and individual factsheets for each state. It includes job totals for every congressional and legislative district, industry and technology breakdowns, and maps of every state’s top counties.