P2 Energy-Efficiency Resources & Programs

Technical Resources

Energy Star Labeled products - use less energy than other products, save you money on utility bills, and help protect the environment. Click here for lists of Energy Star products and a store locator to help you find qualified products at a retailer near you.

U.S. Department of Energy's Pollution Prevention Information Clearinghouse - Providing a centralized source of U.S. DOE Pollution Prevention Information and assisting with valuable P2 resources outside of the DOE.

Energy Efficiency and Energy Renewal Network (EREN) - a comprehensive resource for information on energy efficiency and renewable energy sponsored by the Department of Energy.  

U.S. Green Buildings Council Exit EPA disclaimer - The US Green Building Council is the building industry's only balanced nonprofit consensus coalition promoting the understanding, development and accelerated implementation of "Green Building" policies, programs, technologies, standards and design practices.

E2/Finance  Exit EPA disclaimer - This free software was developed by Tellus Institute with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy and can help you assess the profitability of potential energy efficiency or pollution prevention investments, or investments in other environmental projects.


Energy-StarŪ Program is a voluntary partnership between the U.S. Department of Energy, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, product manufacturers, local utilities and retailers. Partners help promote efficient products by labeling with the Energy-Star logo and educating consumers about the benefits of energy-efficiency. By choosing Energy-Star labeled products, you will keep your utility bills down and help the environment at the same time. For information on EPA Region 2's involvement in this program, please call Edward Linky at (212) 637-3764 or via email at linky.edward@epamail.epa.gov.

Natural Gas Star Program is a voluntary partnership between the U.S. EPA and the natural gas industry that encourages companies to adopt cost-effective best management practices that reduce leaks and losses of natural gas.


For information on this page, contact: malone.kathleen@epa.gov

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