ENERGY STAR currently labels products in more than 75 categories, from televisions and air conditioners to clothes washers and computers. ENERGY STAR certified products have the same features consumers look for in conventional models, but use less energy.
Welcome to the ENERGY STAR Training Center - a resource to help partners improve their sales effectiveness. Here you’ll find tools and information to help you convey to your staff, customers, or business partners how ENERGY STAR can help them protect the environment while saving energy and money.
Home Improvement and Home Performance with ENERGY STAR Resources
Making homes more energy efficient with ENERGY STAR can help to reduce energy bills, improve comfort, and help to protect the environment. Through ENERGY STAR, EPA offers a variety of tools and resources that can be used to assess home energy use and identify opportunities to make them more efficient.
Or, take a whole-house approach to improving energy efficiency with Home Performance with ENERGY STAR. Specially-trained participating contractors evaluate homes using state-of-the-art equipment and recommend comprehensive energy efficiency improvements that will yield the best results.
Utilities/Energy Efficiency Program Sponsors (EEPS) partners play a large role in ENERGY STAR. This link provides a range of resources to help you fully leverage ENERGY STAR in your efficiency programs, including education and training for channel partners such as retailers, distributors, and manufacturers in how to promote the full portfolio of ENERGY STAR Products.
ENERGY STAR offers training sessions and presentations to help you improve energy performance throughout your buildings and plants. For Service & Product Providers offering equipment or energy efficiency services for commercial or industrial buildings and facilities, these resources will help you improve energy performance for your customers.
ENERGY STAR offers free live training on the Internet to help you get the most out of your partnership. Find upcoming events or search our library of recorded webinars. Technical bulletins and supplemental program guidance documents provide guidance on implementing energy saving technologies, products, and best practices in constructing new homes and apartments.