Tools and Resources
This two-page, consumer-focused fact sheet describes the features and benefits of the ENERGY STAR certified homes thermal enclosure system. This system provides comprehensive air sealing, properly installed insulation, and high-performance windows, working together in an ENERGY STAR certified home to deliver better comfort, better durability, reduced maintenance costs, and lower monthly utility bills.
An infographic highlighting the main features and associated benefits of an ENERGY STAR certified home. Add the entire infographic to your organization's web site or, download and use individual sections of the infographic.
Multifamily new construction projects currently get certified through either the ENERGY STAR Certified Homes program or the ENERGY STAR Multifamily High Rise program. To better serve the multifamily sector, EPA is creating a single ENERGY STAR multifamily program by merging the current requirements and adopting the most appropriate from each. These slides from present the rationale and overall framework for the new specification and an overview of the proposed technical requirements as of November 2017.
Utilize the Partner Locator Tool to find local builders, Raters, and program sponsor incentives related to ENERGY STAR certified new homes.