Includes eligibility criteria and partner commitments, which are required in order for your product to qualify for the ENERGY STAR label.
(Effective June 1, 2016)
In recent years, EPA has worked with stakeholders to raise the bar for efficient lighting. Building on more than 20 years of partnership to foster the future success of the ENERGY STAR program for lighting, EPA is hosting a webinar series in 2016. These interactive webinars will serve to further the technical discussion, understanding, importance and relevance of key technical topics to the ENERGY STAR program and lighting specifications. Each session will feature presentations by multiple technical experts who will speak on the designated topic and provide a forum for open discussion among ENERGY STAR lighting stakeholders. Please visit the ENERGY STAR Lighting Webinar Series web page for more information.
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View documents, data, and correspondence related previous versions:
Historical List: On April 1, 2012, the ENERGY STAR luminaires specification went into effect, replacing the solid state lighting (SSL) specification. View the last list of solid state lighting products that were qualified prior to the specification change (EXCEL, 151 KB).
Historical List: On April 1, 2012, the ENERGY STAR luminaires specification went into effect, replacing the residential light fixture (RLF) specification. View the last list of residential light fixtures that were qualified prior to the specification change (EXCEL, 8.2 MB).
Applying for the ENERGY STAR
If your product meets our criteria, then apply for an ENERGY STAR label.
To certify a new product, contact an EPA-recognized Certification Body (CB) to have the product's performance certified. View EPA-recognized CBs, as well as an overview of EPA's third-party certification procedures.