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  • Climate Zone Lookup for Major U.S. Cities
    Northern: Mostly heating North/Central and South Central: Heating and Air Conditioning Southern: Mostly Air Conditioning
  • Questions About Home Sealing
    What is a home envelope?The exterior of your home is also called the “envelope” or shell. (See the orange line showing the envelope in the diagram at left.) The […]
  • Commercial Steam Cookers
    Steam Cookers, also known as “compartment steamers”, that have earned the ENERGY STAR are up to 60% more energy-efficient than standard models.  Earning the ENERGY STAR ENERGY STAR qualified […]
  • Residential Windows, Doors, and Skylights
    Want more from your windows? Ask for ENERGY STAR.  ENERGY STAR qualified windows, doors, and skylights save you energy and money, increase the comfort of your home, and protect […]
  • Residential Light Fixtures
    By replacing the five most frequently used lights in your home with ENERGY STAR qualified lighting, you can save about $60 each year in energy costs. Lighting fixtures that […]
  • Air-Source Heat Pumps
    Electric air-source heat pumps, often used in moderate climates, use the difference between outdoor air temperatures and indoor air temperatures to cool and heat your home. Earning the ENERGY […]
  • Refrigerated Beverage Vending Machines
    ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerated beverage vending machines can save building and business owners 1,300 kWh/year, or $90 annually on utility bills.  Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict […]
  • Remodeling Tips To Improve Efficiency
    Attic Conversion Make your attic a comfortable and energy-efficient living space? Prescription Checklist: Control air leakage throughout the house by air sealing the attic space. Keep your new attic […]
  • Commercial Air Conditioners
    About one-sixth of all the electricity generated in the US is used to air condition buildings. Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by […]
  • Exit Signs
    Exit Signs If all U.S. companies switched to ENERGY STAR qualified exit signs, they would save $75 million. Earning the ENERGY STAR Exit signs that have earned the ENERGY […]
  • Geothermal Heat Pumps
    Geothermal heat pumps are similar to ordinary heat pumps, but use the ground instead of outside air to provide heating, air conditioning and, in most cases, hot water. Because […]
  • Residential Light Fixtures
    By replacing the five most frequently used lights in your home with ENERGY STAR qualified lighting, you can save about $60 each year in energy costs. Lighting fixtures that […]
  • Work From Home Office And Misc. Commercial
    ENERGY STAR for your Home and OfficeENERGY STAR for your Home and OfficeList of ENERGY STAR Qualified Equipment and Summary Specifications – March 2004 Equipment Specifications for ENERGY STAR […]
  • TVs, VCRs, & Combination Units
    If half of all US households replaced their regular TV with an ENERGY STAR model, the change would be like shutting down a power plant. Earning the ENERGY STAR […]
  • Reflective Roof Products
    Americans spend about $40 billion annually to air condition buildings – one-sixth of all electricity generated in this country. Why choose ENERGY STAR reflective roofing for your building? ENERGY […]
  • Clothes Washers
    Clothes Washers Compared to a model manufactured before 1994, an ENERGY STAR qualified clothes washer can save up to $110 per year on your utility bills.  Earning the ENERGY […]
  • Commercial Hot Food Holding Cabinets
    Hot Food Holding Cabinets that have earned the ENERGY STAR are 60% more energy-efficient than standard models.  Earning the ENERGY STAR Hot food holding cabinet models that earn the […]
  • Commercial Solid Door Refrigerators & Freezers
    ENERGY STAR labeled commercial solid door refrigerators and freezers are designed to help save money on your utility bills and reduce energy waste. Where can I get one? Contact […]
  • Why Build ENERGY STAR Qualified New Homes?
    Because building ENERGY STAR qualified new homes offers builders: Increased Profits Increased Customer Satisfaction Recognition for Environmental Leadership Increased Profits To understand how ENERGY STAR qualified new homes can […]
  • Appliances
    Did you know that the average home spends about $1400 on energy costs every year? Change to appliances that have earned the ENERGY STAR, and you can save $80 […]
  • Furnaces
    Furnaces Furnaces are the most common residential heating system in the U.S. Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection […]
  • Room Air Cleaners
    ENERGY STAR Room Air Cleaners A room air cleaner is a portable, electric, cord-connected appliance that removes fine particle matter from room air. Did you know that a typical […]
  • Room Air Conditioners
    Replacing a 10-year-old room air conditioner with a new ENERGY STAR qualified model saves an average of $14 a year on your electric bill.  Earning the ENERGY STAR means […]
  • Programmable Thermostats
    Programmable thermostats that have earned the ENERGY STAR help you save money and keep your home comfortable by automatically adjusting your temperature settings while you are asleep or away, […]
  • Ventilating Fans
    Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. ENERGY STAR qualified ventilation fans use […]
  • Water Coolers
    ENERGY STAR qualified water coolers can lower annual energy bills by as much as $30 per unit. Water coolers for residential and office use now qualify for the ENERGY […]
  • Refrigerators And Freezers
    Residential RefrigeratorsCommercial Solid Door Refrigerators & Freezers  ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators require about half as much energy as models manufactured before 1993. ENERGY STAR qualified refrigerators provide energy savings […]
  • Boilers
    Whether gas or oil, ENERGY STAR qualified boilers use about 10% less energy than a standard boil Earning the ENERGY STAR means products meet strict energy efficiency guidelines set […]
  • Ceiling Fans
    Ceiling fans that have earned the ENERGY STAR move air up to 20% more efficiently than standard ceiling fans. This can save you from $15-25 per year on utility […]
  • Duct Sealing
    Your new or existing cooling and heating equipment is only as good as the system that delivers air to every room. Central air conditioners, heat pumps and forced air […]
  • Dishwashers
    Replacing a dishwasher manufactured before 1994 with an ENERGY STAR qualified dishwasher can save you more than $25 a year in energy costs.  Earning the ENERGY STAR means a […]
  • Dehumidifiers
    How Do I Know If I Need a Dehumidifier? A 40-pint ENERGY STAR qualified dehumidifier can save consumers roughly $20 per year. This can add up to $200 or […]
  • Copiers
    Copiers are the most energy-intensive type of office equipment because they sit idle for long periods of time. Earning the ENERGY STAR Copiers that have earned the ENERGY STAR […]
  • Commercial Fryers
    Commercial Fryers Fryers that have earned the ENERGY STAR are up to 25% more energy-efficient than standard models.  Earning the ENERGY STARENERGY STAR qualified fryers include both gas and […]
  • Partner Information
    The ENERGY STAR Partner Information database provides short descriptions of partner organizations and summaries of their ENERGY STAR activities. Such information can help partners coordinate activities, brainstorm new promotional strategies, and share ideas. […]
  • CFL Partners
    Current ENERGY STAR CFL Partners This list was last updated Friday, June 01, 2001. Manufacturers Disclaimer: The following links are to locations outside of the ENERGY STAR Web Site […]

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