Use this directory to find utilities and statewide program sponsors who run ratepayer-funded regional or sector-based programs to promote energy efficiency. The directory lists programs and organizations that are incorporating benchmarking and other ENERGY STAR tools and resources into their energy efficiency programs. These programs can include financial incentives, technical assistance, facility assessments, and more to improve the energy efficiency of your business. The directory offers a quick way to find out which program sponsors are offering services that will help you improve the energy performance of your commercial buildings using ENERGY STAR.
The ENERGY STAR Action Workbooks (and associated appendices) are resources that help walk Small Businesses and Congregations through the ENERGY STAR Guidelines for Energy Management. These workbooks provide sector-specific technical information and strategies to help individuals create a tailored energy efficiency plan that works for their organization.
Help your customers 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.
Use this fact sheet to find utilities in your region that offer energy data access solutions. The document linked below provides a complete listing of all known utilities providing customers with energy benchmarking data, including whether the utility provides customers with data in spreadsheet format or delivers data directly into customers’ Portfolio Manager accounts via web services. Contact information and additional resources for each utility are also included where available.
This 2-page factsheet summarizes the energy, operational, and property characteristics of wastewater treatment plants benchmarking in Portfolio Manager. Other statistics are also presented in an easy-to-read format.
Interested in partnering with EPA to become an ENERGY STAR Energy Efficiency Program Sponsor (EEPS)? Utility and energy delivery organizations can use this packet to review eligibility criteria and fill out a Partnership Agreement. Return the signed agreement to EPA for consideration as an EEPS partner.