ENERGY STAR Jean Lupinacci, Director ENERGY STAR Commercial and Industrial Branch Climate Protection Partnerships Division US EPA ENERGY STAR Reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through large win-win-win opportunities with today’s energy efficient technologies and practices
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Jean Lupinacci, Director
ENERGY STAR Commercial and Industrial Branch
Climate Protection Partnerships Division
Consumer is Key
Complement Codes and Standards, other Policies
ResidentialCommercial / Industrial
Labeled Products Corporate energy management
-- 40+ products / 1400 manufacturers -- benchmarking, goals, upgrades
-- 10-60% more efficient (management, systems more than widgets)
Labeled New Homes -- whole building labeling forexcellence
-- 30% more efficient
Home Improvement Labeled Products
Services -- for plug loads -- not system components
-- beyond products
-- ducts / home sealing Small business initiative
-- whole home retrofits
Number of Buildings
EPA Rating &
Energy performance gap
Is 80 kBtu/SF/YR high or low for a building?
Is 10 MPG high or low for an automobile?
EPA’s Energy Performance Rating System
Simple Energy Metric
If it’s not energy efficient …
…it’s not on a sustainable path.