• ENERGY STAR
    Top Cities

    Washington, DC tops
    EPA's list of cities
    with the most ENERGY
    STAR certified buildings.

    ENERGY STAR Top Cities
  • Make the Cool Choice
    for Room AC

    Get cool comfort and
    energy savings with new
    ENERGY STAR certified
    room air conditioners.

    Make The Cool Choice for Room AC
  • Make Laundry
    Better with
    ENERGY STAR

    With ENERGY STAR, laundry is just better;
    better for your clothes, better for you and
    your family, better for the environment.

    Make Laundry Better with ENERGY STAR
  • Make a Savings
    Splash

    Save $350 a year with ENERGY STAR
    certified pool pumps plus more
    with a rebate.

    Make a Savings Splash
  • Your Moments. Your World.
    Both Deserve
    the Best.

    Join ENERGY STAR's national efforts
    to change out 300 million bulbs to
    ENERGY STAR certified LED bulbs.

    Light The Moment
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ENERGY STAR is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency voluntary program that helps businesses and individuals save money and protect our climate through superior energy efficiency. Learn more about ENERGY STAR.

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  • 2015 Overview of Achievements

    With help from ENERGY STAR, by 2015, Americans prevented 2.7 billion metric tons of GHG emissions.

  • Climate Change

    Basic information on climate change, greenhouse gas emissions, and climate change science.
    See Climate Change.

Tools and Initiatives

Partners

Featured Partner

  • Excellence Award
    National Grid (MA) received ENERGY STAR recognition for its comprehensive, multi-channel marketing campaign featuring ENERGY STAR to promote certified products and energy-saving behavior. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year
    Guaranteed Watt Saver Systems, Inc. received ENERGY STAR recognition for its outstanding promotion of the ENERGY STAR Certified Homes program. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    ITW Food Equipment Group received ENERGY STAR recognition for its continued industry leadership and active support of the ENERGY STAR specification and test method development process. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Focus on Energy received ENERGY STAR recognition for its energy efficiency programs and promotion of ENERGY STAR. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year
    Eversource Energy, The United Illuminating Company, Connecticut Natural Gas, and Southern Connecticut Gas received recognition for their energy efficiency programs and promotion of ENERGY STAR. Learn More
  • Excellence Award
    The Illinois Office of Energy & Recycling at the Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity received ENERGY STAR recognition for its promotion of the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    AT&T received ENERGY STAR recognition for delivering the best in efficient set top boxes and educating millions of consumers about their equipment’s energy efficiency and the ENERGY STAR program. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    CalPortland Company received ENERGY STAR recognition for advancing and championing energy management within the U.S. cement industry and among industry broadly. Learn More
  • Excellence Award
    Delaware Sustainable Energy Utility received ENERGY STAR recognition for its distinguished promotion of the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Building Energy, Inc. received ENERGY STAR recognition its continued commitment to providing quality ENERGY STAR certification. Learn More
  • Excellence Award
    The City of Seattle received ENERGY STAR recognition for its strategic approach to data innovation. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year
    IREM received ENERGY STAR recognition for its work to promote sustainability and energy efficiency within its trainings and certification programs. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Houston Habitat for Humanity received ENERGY STAR recognition for its commitment to building ENERGY STAR certified homes. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Mansfield Independent School District received ENERGY STAR recognition for its commitment to improving energy efficiency. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Southwestern Electric Power Company received ENERGY STAR recognition for its regional leadership in energy efficiency and its ongoing support of the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program. Learn More
  • Excellence Award
    HP Inc. received ENERGY STAR recognition for delivering significant advancements in printer efficiency and offering consumers hundreds of choices in ENERGY STAR office equipment. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Loudoun County Public Schools received ENERGY STAR recognition for its commitment to energy efficiency through the creation of an energy-saving culture among students, staff members, and parents. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    USAA Real Estate Company received ENERGY STAR recognition for continuing to find new and creative opportunities to improve energy efficiency in its diverse portfolio of high-performing properties. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year
    The City of Chicago received ENERGY STAR recognition for their leverage of ENERGY STAR tools and resources, including integration of EPA’s ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager® tool. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year
    GDS Associates received ENERGY STAR recognition for its promotion of the ENERGY STAR program and commitment to training and collaborating with stakeholders. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Hoshizaki America, Inc. received ENERGY STAR recognition for outstanding leadership in product development, and demonstrating a commitment to energy efficiency at every level of the organization. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year
    Principal Real Estate Investors received ENERGY STAR recognition for continuation of the Pillars of Responsible Property Investing (PRPI) platform that integrates ENERGY STAR as a key component. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    J.C. Penney Company, Inc. received ENERGY STAR recognition for its continuous commitment to energy efficiency and for implementing a smarter business model for managing energy in their industry. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Andersen Corporation received ENERGY STAR recognition for continuing to expand its energy efficient product offerings, developing new marketing materials, and reducing energy use company-wide. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    The Lighting and Products Sponsors of Mass Save received ENERGY STAR recognition for conducting highly effective programs that guided consumers in choosing ENERGY STAR certified products. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Efficiency Vermont received ENERGY STAR recognition for its leadership in promoting energy efficient solutions to residential customers. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year
    HCP, Inc. received ENERGY STAR recognition for its commitment to energy management, incorporation of ENERGY STAR into communications, and outstanding achievement in earning ENERGY STAR certificatio Learn More
  • Partner of the Year
    Olin Brass received ENERGY STAR recognition for formulating an energy management program with EPA’s ENERGY STAR resources. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Ecova received ENERGY STAR recognition for its continued commitment to integrating EPA’s resources into its offerings, and encouraging clients to use ENERGY STAR tools in their programs. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year
    Austin Energy received ENERGY STAR recognition for its leadership in energy efficiency and commitment to the Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Memorial Hermann Healthcare System received ENERGY STAR recognition for its commitment to being stewards of community resources and environmental responsibility. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Bentall Kennedy received ENERGY STAR recognition for continuing to set and achieve new energy efficiency goals for its portfolio through the use of ENERGY STAR tools and resources. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year
    New Tradition Homes received ENERGY STAR recognition for its emphasis on building science training and promoting ENERGY STAR in Washington and Oregon. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Eastman Chemical Company received ENERGY STAR recognition for improving efficiency while transforming their portfolio and for developing energy efficiency breakthroughs in chemical production. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    AEP Ohio received ENERGY STAR recognition for their shared commitment to sponsoring ENERGY STAR certified homes and promoting ENERGY STAR certified products. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    The Home Depot received ENERGY STAR recognition for developing and implementing a new sales strategy that resulted in a significant increase in ENERGY STAR product sales. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Burton Energy Group received ENERGY STAR recognition for creating and managing client energy plans that improve energy efficiency, mitigate price risk, and lower energy operating costs. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year
    Maximum Energy Professionals received ENERGY STAR recognition for incorporating ENERGY STAR throughout the lifecycle of energy efficiency projects, from design to audit to implementation. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year - Sustained Excellence
    Providence Homes received ENERGY STAR recognition for its continued commitment to building and promoting energy efficient homes. Learn More
  • Partner of the Year
    GE Lighting received ENERGY STAR recognition for leveraging ENERGY STAR throughout its business practices. Learn More