Browse through previous years’ annual reports and overviews of achievements for the ENERGY STAR program.
Find ENERGY STAR activity by state, including the number of homebuilders, manufacturers, certified buildings and plants, and utility customers.
This report, sponsored by the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE), focuses on the extent to which consumers recognize the ENERGY STAR label, understand its intended messages, and use the label to guide their buying decisions.
The ENERGY STAR Brand Book provides examples of various ENERGY STAR logos and graphic identifiers, as well as guidelines for how to use each one correctly.
Each year, EPA honors a group of businesses and organizations that have made outstanding contributions to protecting the environment through superior energy efficiency. Read more about how these leading organizations have leveraged ENERGY STAR to boost their business, help Americans save energy, and protect the environment.
Commercial & Industrial
The annual ENERGY STAR Snapshot provides an at-a-glance summary of the key performance indicators for the ENERGY STAR commercial and industrial program, including trends in energy/water benchmarking and ENERGY STAR certification for buildings and plants.
DataTrends is an ongoing series of original research and analysis on energy use in commercial buildings. Hundreds of thousands of buildings use Portfolio Manager to track their energy use. DataTrends compiles this aggregate data to help inform and advance the industry.
Industrial Insights is a series of original research and analysis on energy use and emissions in certain industrial sectors.
Browse through hundreds of tools and resources specifically for owners and managers of commercial buildings and industrial plants.
Additional publications & resources
Browse through the catalog of all ENERGY STAR publications, from posters and activity books to reports and brochures. You can use this website to order printed copies of publications when available.
Find resources for ENERGY STAR partner organizations, such as award applications, logo use guidelines, marketing materials, and program requirements.