EPA Launches ENERGY STAR Home Upgrade to Help Lead Households to a Clean Energy Future

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announces the launch of the ENERGY STAR Home Upgrade, a series of high-impact, efficient electric improvements that can save the average family about $500 a year on utility bills. This major expansion of EPA’s trademark ENERGY STAR program takes a market-based approach to connect American households at all income levels with the resources they need to plan for the clean energy future. Read more here.

ENERGY STAR also launched a new resource center for inclusive utility investments to support educating utilities and the public on the value of the inclusive utility investment model as an equitable and mutually beneficial method for deploying the ENERGY STAR Home Upgrade.