Using ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager to Track Energy Use and GHG Reductions: Guidance for the Health Sector

On Earth Day 2022, the White House and HHS launched the Health Sector Climate Pledge, a voluntary commitment to climate resilience and emissions reduction that includes cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 50 percent by 2030 and achieving net zero emissions by 2050. Over 100 organizations representing almost 900 hospitals have joined the Health Sector Climate Pledge, demonstrating a commitment to sustainability that the Inflation Reduction Act and other federal supports will help them pursue.

Aggregate Efficiency Index

This guide describes how organizations with diverse operations or products can accurately calculate and report aggregate energy intensity. Using the aggregate efficiency index (AEI) approach can help companies judge changes in energy performance at the corporate level.

Challenge Baseline Calculator

Use this tool to calculate a site's baseline energy intensity for the ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry.  The Baseline Calculator converts common energy values (kWh, Therms, etc.) to source MMBTUs, and calculates an annual energy intensity baseline and reduction target from user defined production values.

America's Most Energy-Efficient Plants Part II: Petroleum and Paper

These slides are from the second of a three part webinar series on America's most energy-efficient manufacturing plants. During this webinar two of the nation's most energy-efficient plants, a petroleum refinery and an integrated paper mill, presented on what they did to improve the energy efficiency of their opeartions and earn ENERGY STAR plant certification.

How to Disclose ENERGY STAR Scores and Certification in Environmental Product Declarations and Other Resources

This document provides guidance on how to communicate the ENERGY STAR Score of manufacturing plants and reference any plants that have received ENERGY STAR certification within Environmental Product Declarations or in other materials that communicate aspects of a product’s environmental impact.

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