Tools and Resources
This is a sample ENERGY STAR Statement of Energy Performance (SEP), available through Portfolio Manager (on the Reports tab). Create your own SEP for a one-page summary of your property’s energy consumption, energy use intensity (EUI) information, and 1-100 ENERGY STAR score, when available.
If needed, a verifying professional can sign and stamp the SEP to verify the validity of the data. You do not need to submit an SEP when applying for ENERGY STAR certification, but some localities may require it as part of local legislation.
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.
Customize and distribute this template press release to publicly announce your commitment to save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in partnership with EPA's ENERGY STAR program.
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.
Gresham-Barlow has decreased its overall energy use by 46% and saved a total of $4.3 million in utility costs since 1998. In 2005, Gresham-Barlow School District became one of the first school districts to use automated benchmarking by working with Save More Resources using their Utility Manager Pro Software.
This 30-page "Quick Guide" provides basic information to identify cost-effective practices and technologies for reducing energy use throughout a company’s concrete ready mixed operations. For a more in-depth account on efficiency opportunities in the U.S. concrete ready mixed industry, consult the 120-page "Energy Efficiency Improvement and Cost Saving Opportunities for the Concrete Industry, An ENERGY STAR Guide for Energy and Plant Managers" guide.
Participants in the Schools for Energy Efficiency (SEE) program from Hallberg Engineering, Inc., which include more than 250 schools across 14 school districts in Minnesota, reduce energy use by an average of 11%, resulting in more than $6 million in avoided energy costs.
Cambridge-Isanti School District, in partnership with the Schools for Energy Efficiency (SEE) program, decreased its energy use by 30% in 5.5 years, reducing operating costs by over $1.5 million and earning the ENERGY STAR for all seven of its K-12 buildings.