Ceiling Fans

Ceiling fans that have earned the ENERGY STAR meet strict energy efficiency, quality, and performance criteria set by the US Environmental Protection Agency, tested by accredited labs, and certified by a third party. Saving energy helps you save money on utility bills and protect the climate by reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

ENERGY STAR certified ceiling fan/light combination units:

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  • Are 60% more efficient than conventional fan/light units.
  • Use improved motors and blade designs.
  • Provide quality, cutting edge design, and the latest in efficient technology.

If your fan doesn't include lighting and you decide to add it later, be sure to purchase an ENERGY STAR certified light kit to get the advantages of ENERGY STAR lighting as well. Learn more about ENERGY STAR certified LED lighting.

Ceiling Fan Buying Guidance (PDF, 658 KB)

Ceiling Fan Installation and Usage Tips

Other Helpful Links on Choosing and Using a Ceiling Fan

Current Specification Effective Date:  June 15, 2018

Ceiling fans with light fixtures originally qualified for the ENERGY STAR label in January, 2002.

Ceiling Fans Key Product Criteria: ENERGY STAR

Learn How a Product Earns the Label

What Else Should I Look for When Buying ENERGY STAR Certified Ceiling Fans?

In addition to the ENERGY STAR label there are several other items to consider when purchasing and installing a new ceiling fan. Learn more in the Ceiling Fan Buying Guidance (PDF, 658 KB).

Need light bulbs for your new ceiling fan? Realize even more savings when you use ENERGY STAR certified light bulbs!