Tools and Resources
This document demonstrates how companies that provide commercial building services and energy efficiency products can leverage ENERGY STAR to help their clients use energy more efficiently. Learn how to become an ENERGY STAR partner, use the ENERGY STAR brand as a commercial advantage in your market, and gain access to new customers as an ENERGY STAR Service and Product Provider.
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Use this guide to develop a highly credible, value-added strategy to help your clients achieve their energy goals. Service and Product Providers can also use this guide to find helpful ENERGY STAR tools and resources to devise and implement energy-efficient strategies for customers at each step of the way.
Save your customers time and deliver the added value of ENERGY STAR metrics through ENERGY STAR web services. Use this 12-page resource to learn how to connect with your customers to exchange data via web services using EPA's ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager tool.
This interactive, self-guided presentation shows how to use operating budgets as a potential "source of revenue" to pay for energy efficiency projects. The Cash Flow Opportunity (CFO) Calculator is an interactive calculator that helps quantify the cost of delaying investment in upgrades by addressing three critical questions: How much new energy efficiency equipment can be purchased from the anticipated savings; should this equipment purchase be financed now, or is it better to wait and use cash from a future budget; and is money being lost by waiting for a lower interest rate?
Use this three-page document to learn about the requirements that must be met by organizations that would like to join ENERGY STAR as a Service and Product Provider partner.
ENERGY STAR Service and Product Provider (SPP) partners can customize and issue this sample press release to spread the word about their partnership with ENERGY STAR.
This 5-page background document summarizes the process for verifying applications for ENERGY STAR certification. It also addresses the rationale for requiring that only licensed professionals (professional engineers and registered architects) can verify and stamp applications, and solicits input on this requirement. The deadline for submitting comments has closed. Thank you for your feedback.
This annotated 49-slide presentation provides an overview of the Licensed Professional’s responsibilities and role in the process of verifying an application for ENERGY STAR certification. The presentation gives an overview of the site visit and how to conduct a through and systematic review of the property, as well as some of the details of the property - basic property information, applicable indoor environmental standards, property use details, and, most importantly, the whole building energy consumption. The presentation concludes with a brief description of the audit process.