Tools and Resources
This is EPA's real-time registry of ENERGY STAR certified buildings. Look up facilities by location, building type, owner, and more. View properties on a map, read detailed profiles of certified buildings and plants, or export results to Excel.
Use this sample press release to spread the news about your ENERGY STAR certified commercial building.
Use this sample press release to spread the news about your ENERGY STAR certified industrial plant.
If your commercial building design project has achieved EPA's Designed to Earn the ENERGY STAR designation, use this template press release to spread the word. Fill in the blanks, add your own quote, and then send it to your local or trade media with a note about why they might be interested in reporting about it.
Use this tool to search for organizations that have joined EPA's ENERGY STAR Small Business Network to help improve the energy efficiency of their facilities. You can search by state or by facility type.
Use this form to document the energy intensity reduction of an industrial site that is participating in the ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry.
This version of the Statement of Energy Improvement is for sites with baseline years ending in 2018 or later.
This version of the Statement of Energy Improvement is used to document energy use reductions at sites participating in the ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry that are using an energy model based on a regression analysis or other statistical method.
Use this 32-slide presentation to learn about the 2015 EPA National Building Competition, the top three reasons to compete, ENERGY STAR tools for saving energy and water, and how your building or organization can participate.
Download these nine customizable slides to spread the word about EPA's ENERGY STAR Treasure Hunt campaign, which kicks off this October and runs until January 15, 2020.
Whether you’re a trade association delivering value to your members or a local government working to achieve sustainability goals across your community, you can help your stakeholders discover the energy savings hidden in their buildings and facilities. Hundreds of organizations have used energy treasure hunts to reduce their facilities’ energy use by up to 15 percent.