ENERGY STAR OVERVIEW. November 2004. Overview. What is ENERGY STAR? History Accomplishments Key Strategies Labeling Superior Energy Management Building Performance Next Steps. The Main Point.
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How do you ask for it?
Who do you ask?
How do you know you got it?
I want my
to be efficient
Market imperfections have hindered investments in available products and services
examples -- lack of clear information about products
-- split incentives (builder/buyer, owner/tenant)
ResidentialCommercial / Industrial
Labeled Products Corporate energy management
-- 10-60% more efficient -- benchmarking, goals, upgrades
Labeled New Homes (management, systems more than widgets)
-- 30% more efficient -- whole building labeling for
Home Improvement excellence
-- beyond products Labeled Products
-- for plug loads -- not system components
label on 40+ products
heating and cooling
label on new homes
broaden to home improvement
ducts / home sealing
whole house retrofit
Corporate energy management
small business initiative
label on 10+ products
partner with/ train services industryENERGY STAR is Broad Platform
Building Codes and
Number of Unit Sales
Increasing Energy Efficiency (Metrics)
InterestsSuccess Requires Finding/Building Upon Intersection of Interests
Consumer is Key
EPA Rating &
California Office Buildings
Buildings 20% better than code can have an energy performance score ranging from
Not sending clear
Source: NBI, California Board for Energy Efficiency, EPA