Tools and Resources
This 2009 article from the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) discusses why implementing energy efficiency projects contributes to an organization’s overall financial health and how ENERGY STAR tools and resources can help sell cost-effective energy efficiency improvements to decisionmakers.
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F.E. Moran Mechanical Services installs low-leak dampers, saving over $9,000 in annual utility costs for PepsiCo.
FLSmidth reduces energy at processing facilities saving Titan Florida Cement $55,000 annually.
Gardner Denver compressors and controls save McCain Foods more than $50,000 per year.
GSH’s 5-year energy management program reduces energy consumption through energy efficiency projects and ongoing monitoring and adjustments for a New York City office building.
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.
Hopewell Valley Regional School District cut energy consumption by over 32% in 5 years in partnership with Haglid Engineering & Associates, which improved thermal comfort and indoor air quality and provided an opportunity to educate students and faculty on how to effectively save energy.
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.
Learn how to earn American Institue of Architects (AIA) credit for offering pro bono ENERGY STAR verification services.