Weatherization Works with ENERGY STAR

ENERGY STAR LogoIn 2002, the Weatherization Assistance Program and the ENERGY STAR program entered into a strategic partnership to make ENERGY STAR qualified products affordable for low-income applications. Follow the links below to learn more about ENERGY STAR, how qualified products can help Weatherization, and the benefits of bulk purchasing.
This Web site connects institutions, corporations, and other purchasing groups with suppliers who sell the following ENERGY STAR qualified products in bulk:
  • Light bulbs
  • Light fixtures
  • Clothes washers
  • Dehumidifiers
  • Dishwashers
  • Refrigerators
  • Room air conditioners
Energy represents the single largest operating expense for commercial buildings, with about 30% of building energy used inefficiently or unnecessarily. Through partnering with ENERGY STAR, organizations with commercial real estate, corporate real estate, and multifamily housing units have experienced significant energy consumption reductions while increasing asset value. EPA supports the efforts of real estate owners and managers with a proven energy management strategy and no-cost tools to save energy and money and demonstrate environmental leadership.

For Consumers:

ENERGY STAR Home Energy Yardstick
What’s your score? Compare your household’s energy use to others across the country and get recommendations for improvement.
ENERGY STAR Home Advisor
The ENERGY STAR Home Advisor can provide you with recommended home improvement projects to increase energy efficiency and comfort in the area where you live.
Common Home Problems and Solutions
Is your home cold, drafty, or uncomfortable? Do you have high energy bills? Ice dams? Peeling paint? Excessive dust? Addressing these types of home problems can make your home more comfortable, and at the same time improve its energy efficiency — saving you money on utility bills and helping to protect the environment too.

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